Our last taste of Quartzite was the morning walk. Strolling past the custom pickup shell topper converted to living quarters was the perfect way to say goodbye. Unique people here in the quartz, very unique indeed. Time to hit the pavement.
There is only a couple of hours between us and our new home for the month, but it takes us a couple of extra. We stopped at a two different places until somebody would sell us propane. It was only $2.20 a gallon which equated into a $30 tab for the last month of gas usage. With the tanks topped off it was only a matter of time until we got to our new spot. We're both excited for this.
Ah. Welcome home. For the next 33 days Penny will stay in one spot. This means we can actually set the grill on a table and take the kayaks off the jeep. T-dub gets un-racked and parked in a sweet spot out front. All this unpacking has made us tired and hot. We should go cool off.
Pool; check. Hot tub; check. Full park WIFI, tennis courts, bocce ball, clubhouse and on site laundry; check. Say goodbye to $639 of hard earned cash and try to squeeze every dollar back that we can. Part of that is taking Eli for a walk, although this time it is in a private gated community with street globes. Life could be worse.