This morning is the one day out of my entire winter journey I have plans. Today is Bloggerfest. I’ve been coming to the event here in Quartzsite each year I have traveled and have attended all four of the events.
All bloggers and those that follow blogs are welcome. And their friends too. Actually, anyone who is in the area and wants to attend can attend. As usual, the weather was just perfect for the occasion. High sixties with a light wind and blue skies.
This year’s event was chaired by Paula. She lives in Apache Junction just east of Phoenix and her blog is In the Shadows. Thanks to Paula, the Bloggerfest makes it for another year! This event gives those that write and follow other bloggers the chance to actually meet them in person. For much of the time, we only see and talk to each other online through our blogs and comments to other bloggers.
Also, I’m not responsible for any errors made within this blog. Remember, I’m a senior citizen!
Here’s Paula, our leader, starting the round table introductions.
Gaelyn of Geogypsy Traveler. She has the fortunate opportunity to be able to work at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon each year. Tough duty, I’m sure. If you want to see great photos, give her website a try.
Patsy and Bill on the left each have a blog of there own. Chillin’ with Patsy and On our way. They are full timers from Ontario. On the right is Bob and Stacie, Maxx Trails.
Tom and Deb of Celebrating the Dance.
George and Suzie of Our Awesome Travels.
Shirley and Ken of Seeing America with Ken and Shirley.
Rick and Kathy of It’s About Time. No photo.
Dave and Cheryl of Our View From Here.
Jane and Steve of RollingFromWasaga.
Anne of Right Brain; Right Lane.
Bill brought his drone and did a little video and some still photos of the group. He is an expert at maneuvering that beautiful drone.
Photo is courtesy from Bill’s website.
Group photo courtesy from George's website.
There you have it. We had a wonderful time mingling and getting to know each other better. Looking forward to Bloggerfest V. Glad to back at camp.
See you later.