Last week we looked at how well RVing prospectors can conserve water. Well not only are they good dry campers, they are good RV neighbors too! Each night as I took the dog for a walk around 9 pm, I was amazed at how quiet the camp was. No boisterous voices coming from anyone’s campfire, no generators running (even though quiet hour wasn’t until 10 pm), and no shrieks from children playing in the fading light. I guess 4 or more hours shoveling pay dirt each day can wear a person out. Of course, they could also be in a hurry to get some sleep so they can dream about all that gold!
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