A Mountie from Saskatchewan? Now that is something new. He was in the Big Tent, but unfortunately, he wasn't for sale.
This kid, also in the big tent, was soooo cute, and such an expert little salesman. He was selling a tiny device that would turn anything, even a pizza box, into a speaker. You could even stick it on the side of your RV.
Outside the tent, the Michelin Man was here this year. He's been selling tires since 1898 and looks good for his age.
Also new this year was a house made out of a section of a 1900-year-old Redwood. You really can find anything is Quartzsite!
There are always lots of funny t-shirts.
I thought the slide on this Silverback 5th Wheel by Forest River was a good idea. Rain water would run off the peaked roof of the slide, and you would not need an awning on top of it.
This cute camel made out of wheels has been around for a while, but now he's painted and decorated.
The goods in Quartzsite are not limited to just RV stuff. If you go to some of the other shopping areas around town, you can find all sorts of stuff.
But as many times as I have been here, I have never before seen Dinosaur poop!
Now for a couple of things that I actually did buy. I got Valentine's cards for my grandkids that are puzzles. You write on the back, then send them in pieces so they can put them together. (I hope they aren't looking at the blog...)
And a replacement head for the antenna on my RV that will pick up digital stations better. More on this after I put it on and see how it works...