Park Place RV
Thursday, Mar. 31st was our last day in this park. The routine started out pretty normal, with a walk for Gibb and I, Bill driving once more to the field to say goodbye to Wayne, a regular from this area. We both showered and then walked over to the clubhouse to talk about our plans for the next winter season. We had a nice chat with Heather, Don and Patty and left them feeling quite welcome here. 😊
Bill and I drove into town, he wanted one more walk through K & B Tools and I wanted to stop at Ken’s Grocery tent. What else did we do? We went into the Quartzsite Outpost store further down Main St.
|this store is easy to find|
Just look for the army vehicles out front
Bill found a couple of things he needed/wanted and we picked up a couple of window screen kits to replace the ones in the door that need it. We were home before lunch and Bill had a toasted tomato sandwich and I had a vegetable quesadilla.
Today, I was excited because it was hair appointment day in the desert. Judy’s Salon is opening for business for Gayle and I to get our haircuts today. We stopped first at Quiet Times, the delivery/courier outlet, to pick up a parcel for Gayle and then headed out to La Posa South. I still forgot to get a picture of their sites, close but not on top of each other. 😊 LOL, my brain!
Gayle offered her Montana for the hair cut since she has a big open space right inside their entrance. Judy was all prepared with her cape and scissors but I had taken some water in a spray bottle and my hand-held mirror. It took a couple of cuts before I was satisfied ‘all to heck!’. 😊 Judy did a great job and I walked out of there feeling like a million bucks. I should have taken a before photo though.
|Could my head of thin hair afford to lose this much? 😂|
I love what Judy did to my hair
The before picture showed mostly 2 lengths at the back
and this is what I was going for
|This is going to be so much easier to look after|
Now, I'm a happy camper again!
We walked back to Judy and Gary’s home where Judy showed us her crafts. Oh my! She puts my attempts at everything I do to shame! She is quite talented and very modest about it. I had to take a picture of her style of quilts to show our quilting buddy, they are different but still lovely! I don’t even know if I can call what I do with embroidery cross stitching! Hers are quite professional looking. ♥ Thank you for sharing that, Judy!
Back home, we relaxed outside for a while, enjoying the fresh air. It has been quite a nice day, for our last one in the park. We did not feel the need to turn the a/c on as it only reached 81F/27C and, again, it is good practice for the next 4 days. 😊 We came in around 5:00 and by 5:30 my tummy was calling for food. Bill grilled his wonderful bacon cheeseburgers and inside I made a garden salad. More than opening a bag this time!
We loaded the dishwasher and sat together for the evening. Bill wrote a new post today on his blog, On Our Way. Please check it out, if you haven't already, as it is a great wrap up, without all the babble of my blog, of things going on.
|Pretty sky when Gibbs and I walked the park|
This has been a great day but I’m not done yet. My little sister, Wendy, is celebrating a birthday back home
and a high school bestie, Ruth, is also celebrating another year as well.
♥ Happy Birthday to both of you!
Thank you all for taking the time to check out my post. Your comments are always welcome.