I mentioned street vendors in my Quartzsite Groceries post, though I didn’t really elaborate on the subject. At some of the campgrounds here, you can rent a spot and set up a little shop right next to your RV and sell your wares. Unfortunately, the majority of stuff people are trying to sell is junk. I found the sheriff badges to be the most interesting, though not interesting enough to buy.
Brian had a successful trip to Parker, AZ yesterday (about 40 miles north of here). In addition to picking up Curtie’s dog food from the UPS Mail Center, he went to the Safeway and found some organic produce. YAY!
Even though Brian brought home groceries, I’m going to skip posting about dinners since they still aren’t coming from new exciting recipes I’ve found on the web.
2013 Cost of Camping:
14 nights paid camping
49 nights free camping
Total spent on camping this year: $407.75
Daily average cost of camping: $6.47