LTVA Imperial Dam
After we'd been in Quartzite for a month, we moved to the LTVA near Imperial Dam so that we would be closer to Yuma. This place is absolutely jam-packed. It's like a city of RV's. There are even concerts on Sundays, not to mention other gatherings, all of which I avoid like the plague.
The great part about this LTVA is that there are a number of places to ride your bike if you're interested in exploring. The roads are all unpaved, of course, which makes it a little challenging trying to get up the steeper hills, but my Assoc. Navigator and I have triked/run around on miles of roads. Add to the plethora of desert roads the fact that it is pushing 80 degrees here, and you have a pretty darn great place to stay if you can ignore all the crowds. So I pretend that I am in an RV park, because if this were an RV park, the spaces would be huge.
For those who are tired of sunset pictures, I must point out that the photos below are not sunset pictures, but sunRISE pictures.