Quartzsite 2021

We are returning to Quartzsite Arizona in 2021. This will be a tag along with no agenda other than fun! We are staying at Black Rock RV Village in Brenda, AZ, some 12 miles East of Quartzsite. Check in Jan. 16th and check out Jan. 25, 2021. Call 928-927-4206 and talk to Kelly. She said to tell her to put you close to the Hoovers. Be sure to ask her to explain the cancellation policys. The Cafe is open and the shuttle will be running. After Quartzsite we may go down to Yuma, but more on that later. For more info, you can call Jim. You can also search Quartzsite 2021 RV show.

Vaya con Dios Amigos!

James C. Hoover 

New Year Rally!

Hello Supremes, we have a time and place for our annual New Year’s gathering! We will be at the Colfax Recreation Area RV park and Campground. ‎The dates are: check in – Dec. 28th and check out – Jan. 2nd 2021. Call the park at 318-627-2640 and talk to Nolan. As always, be sure to tell them that you are with the Traveling Supremes. The good news is that they honor the National Park senior pass known as Golden age or America the Beautiful Senior pass. Full price is $35.34 per night and $17.67 with the senior pass. Price includes tax. More info later. A special thanks to Linda Brian for her help!

Jim has reserved sites and they were placed on his credit card so if you are planning on going, please call early and secure your site. Many of us camp there several times throughout the year and enjoy the building which faces the Red River. The town is small but close to Natchitoches and Alexandria.  Plans are being made to secure a tour of the Locks and Dam located behind the park and for the Kent House located in Alexandria.  I’m looking at a few other options in the area so we hope to have some fun with our special New Year’s Day meal.  

Again, a special thanks to Jim Hoover for securing the location.

Fort Jessup tour

Traveling Supreme Natchitoches Rally, Oct. 29, 2020 – Today was the last day of the rally in this historic town.  Our excursion today was to Robeline to tour the remaining house of Fort Jesuplocated about 22 miles from Natchitoches.  It was constructed in 1822 to protect the United States border with New Spain and return order to the Neutral Strip.  The fort was in operation until 1846 and the US continued control of the abandoned fort site until the privatization of the site in 1869.  

After the tour and lunch on our own, we met with Bud and Rosalyn Odom at the meeting room.  They were on their way home from Houston. 

Again, a special thanks to Susan Kercher for her work on this rally and Marie Moreau for the tours.