Found it. There are three of them parked on the south side of the tent just about even with the Pilot station. They are not on the same side of the freeway as the Pilot station, they are on the opposite, south, side in the same little lot that was hosting the Gem Show. The company rep that is there with the trailers, living in one of the three on display, is a gregarious, outgoing, downhome kind of guy named Billy Gibson. He's alright. Pretty damn funny too.
Found the Egg group on the BLM land also. The wagons were circled and ready to hold off any midnight attackers.
But when we went by there, around 1530 it appeared no one was home. Locked up tight and deserted.
Do I offend? I had really hoped to be able to compare and contrast the Oliver
to the other trailers while it was fresh in my mind. Guess the DW and I will need to make another trip when everyone is there for the gathering.
We left Quartzite around 1730 and about ten miles west of town we saw a fiberglass trailer, (Trillium, possibly), being towed by a burgundy pickup headed towards town. I was wondering if that was anyone from here?
I'll write a more detailed post later. Gotta go back to watching footbal. WTG Chargers!!