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Old 01-21-2014, 09:42 PM   #11
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Old 01-22-2014, 12:18 AM   #12
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Even my dogs wear protective clothing in the desert.
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Old 01-22-2014, 01:52 AM   #13
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Eastern Arizona around the Safford area has a lot of good places. So far largely undiscovered by the snow birds.
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Just remember outside of LTVA areas such as near Quartzsite, you will be limited to no more than a period of 14 days within any period of 28 consecutive days.
But there are nice places to boondock along the Black Hills Parkway in the Safford BLM area.
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Old 08-24-2014, 11:32 AM   #15
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We camped at Hot Well Dunes south east of Safford. $3 per night or if you have the Senior Pass it is $1.50 per night. The hot tubs are wonderful, but you may have to tolerated the dune buggys and quads.
Border Patrol comes out here to train.
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We camped at Hot Well Dunes south east of Safford. $3 per night or if you have the Senior Pass it is $1.50 per night. The hot tubs are wonderful, but you may have to tolerated the dune buggys and quads.
Border Patrol comes out here to train.
That's right in my backyard. Don't even think of sinking you heiny into the hot tub without first paying the fee. They have a couple BLM rangers around there that think they are MR. law and order. Total bad attitudes.
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We go to Quartzite and boondock every year. Any questions, I would be glad to help. Lot has all ready been covered about boondocking. Sometimes we need a break and head to Split Rail RV in Quartzite. $18 per night. You also can dump tanks and fill up with water there also. Wednesday night is free soup night. Great bunch and fun to be with.
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One thing I learned last winter camping in Quartzite; If you get the water from that RV fill site near town, make sure you use a water softener. That stuff is like calcium magnesium soup. I couldn't believe the lumps of white stuff that got in my plumbing after a couple of fills from there.
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That's right in my backyard. Don't even think of sinking you heiny into the hot tub without first paying the fee. They have a couple BLM rangers around there that think they are MR. law and order. Total bad attitudes.
Never saw one Ranger the whole time we were there.
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If you go to Hi Jolly in Quartzite BLM, you have to sign in at the Ranger Trailer. They start the clock on you then. If I am not mistaken, you can camp at another BLM after 14 days, but it has to be at least 25 miles away. In Quartzite, you can buy water for a nickle a gallon and propane was $2.60 per gallon. Not really a bad price. I enjoy going to the junk, hardware, grocey store downtown and buy stuff. Kind of a neat place. Like I said before and was told the first time in Quartzite, Cash is King. We will try to make the RV Show in January. We stayed at Split Rail for $18 per night when we want a change in scenery. Wednesday is free soup night. Lot of fun. Thursday we sat out under the stars with a bonfire.
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