So, we looked around and found a good land mark to find our campsite, follow the yellow boot road........ Someone had decorated a desert trail with yellow boots and hats.
We had a perfect spot right next to elephant tree, right out in the middle of nowhere, except for the other couple of thousand boondockers. We got up on a little rise and could see hunderds of encampments through out the valley around this little town. Each year this town gets over run with snow birds for the 10 day RV show, then Rock and Gem show, then the car show, during January and February.
I don't have anything to compare this show with, but our neighbors tell me that there are not as many vendors at this show and the prices are higher, because the booth rentals are very expensive. I don't know, but I do think we had better pricing at the FMCA show last spring. So, we didn't spend a lot of money here, and we cut our stay shorter than what we planed, just because we saw it all and decided to hit the road. It was pretty neat staying out in the desert, conserving our resources to see how long we could last, and we did a good job of it.
Oh, and we met some interesting people on the road too.