I didn't sleep all that well last night...the wind had the trailer rocking and although not fully awake, it certainly wasn't a very restful sleep. Steve said he had no problem. The rain also started sometime during the night and we woke up to a lot of water on the ground....and that was basically what the whole day was like. You don't see this very often in Quartzsite...
Earl and Allison came over that night and we played Rummikub...Earl was the big winner with 2 games...the rest of us each won one.
The forecast for Sunday was for a fairly decent day...20% chance of showers and partly sunny. As we got ready for our quad ride, we were a little concerned with the bank of clouds to the south...over the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge, where we were going. And of course, just before we were about to go, it started raining...so we put our rain gear on and headed over to Earl and Allison's.
There were four of us on our ride today...Earl, Art, Steve and I. Luckily the rain had pretty well stopped by the time we hit the trails...one good thing about all of the rain we had...there was no dust!
We arrived home just before 4:30...Wow, what a fantastic ride! 7 hours and 70 miles...a great day! Thanks for leading the ride, Earl.
Monday was a chore day. Steve started off with trying to fix a bolt on the boat loader that had come off but eventually needed a trip into Herb's Hardware. I was doing housework inside and since I needed to pick up a couple of things at Roadrunner Market, I went with him into Q.
Once back, he emptied the inside of the truck box and then I set up the air bed and got our "guest room" ready for our guests who would be arriving tomorrow. Steve got started on his next chore..."pump and dump".