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... in Puerto Vallarta. At the drugstores all the drugs are listed along with the price. Algodones is where everyone goes because the prescription drugs and dental work is far cheaper than can be had in the USA. We stopped in a restaurant for shrimp tacos on a recommendation from some people we met in Yuma. They weren’t very good or even very cheap.
On Saturday we made a trip to find the Imperial Date farm, which is famous for Medjool dates. We read that it was near ...
... the operator of the balloon (pilot) fires up the burner (2 or 3 burners on larger balloons) and aims the flame front into the throat of the balloon... This very hot, expanding air... then starts to heat the air already in the balloon and causes it to become lighter then the air outside the balloon... It’s less dense... takes ...
... Africa in WW2. This spot was also at the foot of the hills that are the Joshua Tree NP. I had seen the Joshua Tree on TV shows and movies, I wasn't expecting hills. I'll be exploring that NP later, on my return to Cali. I continue on my leg, the mountains and hills varied in shape and colour with every new one I passed, the entire landscape was constantly varying. There was a turn off for a lake, I was curious about this salt lake, but I thought, meh, ...
... be prominant here considering how hot and dry it is. But farming is Yuma's number one business, with 230,000 acres of land used for agriculture in Yuma County. The area produces more than 175 different crops. Yuma is the winter lettuce capital of the world, with its winter produce production putting Arizona second in the U.S. in the production of head lettuce, romaine lettuce, cauliflower and broccoli. They also grow ...
... coming back, past the Proving Grounds again, we stopped to watch several jumpers coming down and we could tell that they were doing some testing at the base of the mountain as we could see the dust kicking up as they moved across the desert floor.
Okay, so that just about keeps us up-to-date on our activities. Hope you are all well and not getting too sick of the cold and snow that some of you are experiencing. Remember, it will be over soon!!