Travel Blogs from Yuma, United States

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Jordan, Yuma, United States travel blog

Jordan

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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9.4.2010 A nice young man named Jordan (12 years of age) came over to Des while he was loading our bikes and started to ask him some questions. He has a 250cc Honda himself and was very interested in the Beemers. He reminded me a lot of our own grandson ...

Slob-a-dob days!!!, Yuma, United States travel blog

Slob-a-dob days!!!

A travel blog entry by ggmoffatt

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... . They have been full time RVing for 15 years. Wow!! We will do some shopping and touring about with them. Quite like this Yuma area. Less busy compared to Phoenix. Easy to get around. Wouldn't be too hard to spend the winter here. The temperatures are ...

Yeee Haaa Ride 'em Cowboy, Yuma, United States travel blog

Yeee Haaa Ride 'em Cowboy

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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Day 285 - The Rodeo is in town and Nick and I, for reasons unknown, both like the rodeo events, so off we went.  It was a professional rodeo, so all the participants are there to win their events and take home the big money. There is bull riding, ...

More Bluegrass-Yahoo, Yuma, United States travel blog

More Bluegrass-Yahoo

A travel blog entry by ggmoffatt

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This was a one day festival on the Saturday. We dry camped for two nights. Met some nice folks from California and two couples from BC. They are doing to bluegrass circuit too so we shall hook up with them at the next one later in February. Nice grassy ...

Arizona Desert OR How Green Is The Valley?, North of Yuma, United States travel blog

Arizona Desert OR How Green Is The Valley?

A travel blog entry by jackies-world

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... You don't have to ask twice" . . I postponed my plans and we headed to the Arizona desert North of Yuma, Arizona. ..   We drove from Yuma, North on Hwy 95 and then acrose the desert, close enough to Castle Dome ...

Lots of History in this area, Yuma, United States travel blog

Lots of History in this area

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... took a ride out through the fields where they were picking romaine and growing other types of lettuce and cauliflower and broccoli.  Yuma is the winter growing capitol of the country! Amazing!  In the midst of this desert to see fields and ...

Early February Events, Yuma, United States travel blog

Early February Events

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... it or not are signed up for our first round-robin on the 15th of February. Day 281 - Well we FINALLY made it to the Yuma Proving Grounds after two other failed attempts. The museum was well worth it.  Once again, you are so blown away by the pure ...

Quilt retreat #2, Yuma, United States travel blog

Quilt retreat #2

A travel blog entry by ggmoffatt

... around in and since I know my way to the flea market I'll take Gord there on our way back to the RV park. Quite like Yuma, less busy than Phoenix. The weather has been pretty cold these past few nights. Froze a couple of nights and only in the mid 50's ...

Meet George . . My Butterfly Buddy, Yuma, United States travel blog

Meet George . . My Butterfly Buddy

A travel blog entry by jackies-world

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Had a butterfly follow us around . . .or so it seemed . . . they were everywhere. I named this one George.   Hope you enjoy the desert photos. Jackie Whedbee           ...

Cactus Flowers, Yuma, United States travel blog

Cactus Flowers

A travel blog entry by jackies-world

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... . . .and while it is like packing around a small child . . it looks like it may be worth it in the long run. . . I came to Yuma to take photos of Cactus Flowers . . .and I have found them . . in the subdivision Gus lives in . . .  there are many ...

Back in the good old USA, Yuma, United States travel blog

Back in the good old USA

A travel blog entry by chictravelers2

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... the night. The next morning, after a bit of shopping at WalMart we checked in at the Pilot Knob RV park about 8 miles west of Yuma. We only spent about 4 days there, one of which was spent at a RV service place in Yuma, to have some brake work ...

Change of plans, Yuma, United States travel blog

Change of plans

A travel blog entry by macrosse1

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... since they got a new governor. Paul and I went with our gut feeling and decided to go the main land route. We are staying in Yuma and will be heading out tomorrow with confidence that we won't be having any problems. I don't have a lot of time to write ...

3:10 to Yuma........its a movie !!, Yuma, United States travel blog

3:10 to Yuma........its a movie !!

A travel blog entry by lizandgerry

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... ?). One thing about hanging with a crowd like that, you don't feel as self-conscious about your big belly and balding.   Yuma isn't exactly the town I would spend my winter in but those that enjoy ripping around the desert on their quads and ...

The desert blooming in Yellow and Red, Yuma, United States travel blog

The desert blooming in Yellow and Red

A travel blog entry by jackies-world

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Forget walking down the yellow brick road . . to day we went on a Jeep Run through a Yellow Desert. The Kofa National Wildlife Refuge was yellow as could be with blooming Desert Marigolds lining both sides of every wash and along the mountain ...

Climb Every Mountain...!!, Yuma, United States travel blog

Climb Every Mountain...!!

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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First let me say I was so sorry to hear about the death of Maria von Trapp.  What a nice long life she lived. Day 297 - Today I went for a hike with the hiking club and with one of the gal's who is in the coach next to ours.  She is a much more ...

Lunch in Mexico, Yuma, United States travel blog

Lunch in Mexico

A travel blog entry by milanluka

... , dehydration, smog, travel, Mexican overload but I was getting a headache and starting to feel nauseus. Time to head back to the States. Got questioned a bit at the border, maybe I looked like I had taken some drugs? Was feeling like I had. They looked ...

Yuma Repair Work, Yuma, United States travel blog

Yuma Repair Work

A travel blog entry by tambrogdon

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Well we spent 2 nights in Yuma (trailer park capital of the universe) in order to wait for a satellite part and stock up before the crossing at Mexicali into Mexico. See some pics of the park and area. It is a pretty flat and desolate place with a ...

Catching up, Yuma, United States travel blog

Catching up

A travel blog entry by jackies-world

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Spent most of the day downloading pictures from camera to computer to back up hard drive .   . . so only had a very short time to get out and shoot a few . . .but the pictures I did get are worth sharing . . ...

I spoke to soon about it not getting worse, Yuma, United States travel blog

I spoke to soon about it not getting worse

A travel blog entry by macrosse1

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... D's. We ate the healthiest slop on the menu and Paul broke the news to me. His radiator fan wasn't working. So we headed back to Yuma to get it looked at. Go figure, nobody has tires or parts for either of our bikes. So once again fate gives us another ...

Lake Havasu to Yuma, Yuma, United States travel blog

Lake Havasu to Yuma

A travel blog entry by barratt

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... from Arkansas - none of them could really play the game but they did provide some reasonable company for 5 hours! Ended up in Yuma, AZ (which is the last place south before Mexico) after a couple of hours (100 miles) driving on the flattest, ...

Morgans Wash, Yuma, United States travel blog

Morgans Wash

A travel blog entry by jackies-world

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Today's desert run was more like what you would expect from a Jeep Commercial. While most of the trip was smooth sailing, albeit dusty, there was about 1/2 Mile that took over 2 hours . . .   ...

Cactus Flowers & Painted Lady Butterflies, Yuma, United States travel blog

Cactus Flowers & Painted Lady Butterflies

A travel blog entry by jackies-world

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...     And so goes the desert .... Due to over 3 inches of rain a the end of November, here in Yuma, I am getting some of the most beautiful desert FLOWER pictures in the world . . . even if I am going to strike out on ...

Flowers Flowers Everywhere, Yuma, United States travel blog

Flowers Flowers Everywhere

A travel blog entry by jackies-world

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We went out in the desert in search of blooming cactus. And while there were not many cactus in bloom, there were flowers everywhere! And a couple quail that really did not want their pictures taken. Beaver Tail ...

Woodcutters Pass - Yuma - Desert Run, Yuma, United States travel blog

Woodcutters Pass - Yuma - Desert Run

A travel blog entry by jackies-world

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I had to go back to Mexico to get my dental work finished so I had the opportunity to go on another desert run. They let the presure out of the tires down to 10-15 pounds so the tires can grip the rocks better.   ...

Around Yuma, Yuma, United States travel blog

Around Yuma

A travel blog entry by ggmoffatt

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Amazing how busy life seems around here. The days just fly by and we are really enjoying the winter. Back home today it was -35 and + 26 here. Where would you rather be? We are amazed with the amount of lettuce, brocolli, cauliflower etc grown here. The ...

The Painted Desert, Yuma, United States travel blog

The Painted Desert

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... after those blasts!  It was fun to see the men and women enjoying their roles.  They go all over the United States doing these types of shows for schools, festivals and history related events.  (These photos were published with the last ...

Saturday, day 5, Yuma, United States travel blog

Saturday, day 5

A travel blog entry by griesenj

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Getting up at 6:30 wasn't difficult after spending the night with Joe and Vicki Harris in Woodbury.  They had coffee on and Joe made a batch of pancakes and sausage which hit the spot.  Because we didn't camp, loading the vehicle was a snap. ...

Playing the tourist in Yuma, Tacoma, United States travel blog

Playing the tourist in Yuma

A travel blog entry by jackies-world

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Spent some time playing tourist in Yuma looking at the historic sites St Thomas Church was built in 1922   Jackie ...

Smell the Broccoli, Yuma, United States travel blog

Smell the Broccoli

A travel blog entry by ggmoffatt

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Drove around the outskirts of Yuma today and the Imperial Valley.  This whole area is irrigated by the waters from the Colorado River. It's amazing what crops are grown here. You can actually smell the broccoli growing!! Lettuce, romaine and head; ...

Not all deserts are created equal, Yuma, United States travel blog

Not all deserts are created equal

A travel blog entry by semi-backpacker

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... , stretched our legs and delighted in honey-covered dates. YUM. The chocolate covered dates were also noteworthy. Our expectations of Yuma centered around the Wild, Wild West/High Noon types. We were expecting the sheriff to welcome us and the musical ...

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