|A Lonely Casita|
74 °F as of 2:00PM Today
A sad day for the rally - lots of people went home! Out of the 200 or so trailers at the rally, there are still quite a few here, but a steady stream left. Around 10:00 I headed to the laundromat to do a small load of clothes. That will save trying to find a commercial laundry at Lake Havasu City. Back at the trailer I made a final round of the campground for photos and added them to page 3 of the 2020 Quartzsite Rally page. I did find an interesting tree to photograph.
The various weather apps are suggesting that there will be around 1/2" of rain overnight & tomorrow, so rather than packing up the trailer in the rain, I folded down the solar panels, put away most of the outdoor stuff and pulled the large mat. All I need to do tomorrow is hook up the truck, put away the hummingbird feeder (I didn't have the heart to do it today since they are feeding heavily because the nearby trailers moved), and stop at the dump station. I might even get away without dumping, but I'd rather be sure.
Dinner was a Saffron Road Chicken Enchiladas Poblanto dinner. I don't think chicken should be the first word because I couldn't find much, but otherwise it was OK.
Until Tomorrow -