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... our site was right near the Mexican site… oh and we have our own Grapefruit tree, but then there are also a lot of oranges, tangerines, lemons… so pick whatever you want… our new favorite lunch is therefore: fruit salad. From the neighbors across the road we got a lot more grapefruits and oranges, I think it is time we go into making our own fruit juices.
Oh and we ...
... Of course not" says he! Below is the proof (with Paul making a cameo appearance behind the glass doors!). What an experience!! Not sure how I slept that night!
Next off to Salton Seas CA.
BTW for a those who don't know, we are heading home a little early....end of February. I'm homesick for my family and friends, got a poorly tooth and we have a sick Auntie, so we'd like to be closer to home if things should go sideways. ...
We called our friends Jim & Claire in Portland. We have spent years travelling with them on our Goldwings (Honda GL1800 motorcycle). We wanted to share with him one of our trips with them thru this part of ...
... and left when the army desert corps disbanded. When the parade stopped, the dancers pulled people from the audience to line dance in the street. Of course, I volunteered and was able to follow along. All those lessons are coming in handy!
After the parade, there was a variety of dog contests: obedience, agility, fashion show. I didn’t stay to watch the contests instead I returned to our motorhome to install our internet hotspot device that we purchased ...
... temperature, so time to go. It had been a good experience, particularly things like the magnificent night skies - stars not polluted by lights and quite breathtaking. Also the things that became the norm, like the constant booms from the Yuma Proving Ground when they were testing Military 'stuff', low flying Military Aircraft and Helicopters and large, large balloons which were positioned on the Border in an attempt to prevent Mexican crossings.