There were so many RV's there that it was a bit overwhelming. One thing we noticed was that the supplier part of the show was mainly different campgrounds promoting themselves so that was not very interesting to us. And all of the RV's were new so that didn't interest us a lot either. The Quartzsite show is definitely a better one for us.
I always love the Prevost's just because they are way out of my league. They had about 8 of them there and the average price was 2.5 million dollars. You had to take your shoes off to even go inside, and one of them was so popular that you had to have and appointment to go inside it. They all had ramps up to the front window in case you didn't want to go inside.
Pat and Harold sat outside of one just to see what it would feel like. They felt the cash draining out of their pockets as they sat there. The finance guy told us that we could finance it and the payments would only be around $20,000 per month.
We decided that after all of the calorie burning exercise today we could go to the Human Feedlot for supper. (Golden Corral). We spotted this guy who appeared to have had a more active day than us. He was fast asleep the whole time we were there and no one came to move him along. At least he ate all his food which is more than I can say for a lot of the people at these places.