My understanding of General Delivery at the post office during the "season" is that it's just awful. General Delivery is only open from 11 to 1, and the lines wind outside and go on and on, and if you don't make it to the window before 1:00, you have to return another day. I thought Quiet Times was a far better alternative. There are a few parking spaces in front of the building, and a larger parking lot behind the building, off the alley, which is where I always parked The Palms. So... if you need to have something sent to you while you are in Quartzsite, check out Quiet Times, you'll be glad you did. Here's the info:
There is no mail delivery to Quiet Times, the street does not have a mail person, so packages or envelopes have to be sent by Fed Ex or UPS, or the Post Office will return them to the sender.
Remember back in August 29, 2010 when I posted a photo of the business card I made up to use when I started full-timing? That was before I even bought The Palms, I just couldn't wait to feel like a full-timer. Well, I wanted to update the card, and here is the new version. What do you think?
I thought using my Blog header was a good idea. So, as soon as I'm back in The Palms and have my printer handy, I'll print out a bunch to have ready - next time we meet up, I'll give you one! :)
Tomorrow is my granddaughter, Kennedy's, 9th Birthday Party. We are all going, along with seven of Kennedy's friends, to a birthday party venue for a couple of hours, then I'm going to drive over to Santee Lakes and talk to them about checking in early next week. I want to see if the site I have reserved will be available early. Yup, after two weeks I start thinking about moving on, and I guess whether it's in a guestroom at my son's house, or an RV park, two weeks is when the yearning to move on starts. (Oddly enough, I didn't get hitch-itch at Quartzsite. I was ready to stay for the duration, so I guess sometimes I can last longer than two weeks.)
From Me and My Dog, have a great weekend, everyone! :)