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Old 11-14-2009, 05:50 PM   #29
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This is like describing your favorite fishing area as- No Tell-em Creek

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Old 11-21-2009, 09:31 PM   #30
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I've been to No Tell-em Creek. Loved it!!!!!

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John Hilley said it all... as per the picture looking like an organized area, it is organized as John mentions, "Dispersed Area." These areas are marked and mentioned on BLM available maps and documents. You can't, legally, just go out and park anywhere, even though some have tried it. But these areas mentioned are large and spread around quite abit. The one in the photo is located 5 miles south of Quartzsite, Arizona on Highway 95. It was during the big RV Rally & Gem Show that happens every January. And yes, at least during the week long Rally there are a couple of Honey Wagons that come around. A little expensive but the only other choice is to break camp and go back to one of the LTVA's or go into Quartzsite to the Pit Stop. There's also a few BLM locations down near Yuma that charge a few bucks per night or the longer term fees John mentions above.

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