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Arizona’s Quartzsite Sparkles With Desert Camping Fun

Taking an Instagram odyssey at the world's biggest flea market

Every winter, the small community of Quartzsite, Arizona, transforms into the largest swap meet on the planet. Thousands of snowbirds, rockhounds and campers descend on this expanse of desert on Interstate 10 west of Phoenix starting in the fall for a slew of flea markets, gem shows and lifestyle events. For many RVers, the Quartzsite
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Stop and See California’s ‘Super Blooms’ of Desert Wildflowers

California Super Blooms bring flower lovers to Golden State deserts. As travelers shed their winter layers, California deserts put on colorful coats of their own. Southern California’s “Super Blooms” in March attract legions of travelers from across North America to see flowers ranging from verbena to desert lilies carpeting the ground in places like Anza-Borrego
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The American Deserts: Gems of the West

The American Deserts: Gems of the West By Bob Difley As if frozen in time, the coyote stood motionless, muscles taut, eyes focused straight ahead. I followed his gaze, but could not see what had captured his attention. Suddenly he shot forward. Two wide-eyed jack rabbits exploded out of the brush, scattering in different directions.
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