BEST WESTERN Innsuites Yuma Mall Hotel & Suites
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Packed up and bid my Airbnb host, Karl a farewell around 11:00am.
The ride to Yuma, AZ was not the most interesting ride - only one town El Centro, on the way.
Lots of desert and rocks. Arrived at Yuma around 2:30pm and settled into my room and worked on the blog, photos and editing videos until about 5:30pm. …
Currently staying with our sister-in-law Bonnie in Yuma for a few days. Went to Mexico this morning. That is always interesting! The big deal there now is dental and optical work! It is weird to have people asking you on the street if you want dental work - who says "yes" to that? And how about " Do you need a pine needle ...
Yuma is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the sunniest place on earth, with 339 bright days a year and less than 3 inches of rainfall annually. Normal highs range from 70 F (21 C) in January, to 107 F (42 C) in July. December is the coldest month, with a normal high of 69 F. While we were in Yuma, the temperatures were in the 80's F (27 C) and 90's (32 C) - quite a bit above normal for this time of year. Ahhhh. ...
... the same way.
The warmth in Yuma was more than welcome. Yuma is obviously a very popular destination for snowbirds because it was difficult to see anything other than Canadian license plates. As soon as we finished setting up in our new home, Westwind RV park, the fellow Canadians were knocking on the door to find out exactly where we were from. In our 15,000 kms we hadn't seen as many Alberta plates as did just on our block of the park.
The RV park ...
... big Saguaro cactus with 47 arms is no more so we couldn't see it. Word is that ATV'ers drove all around it so much it ruined its roots and the lady at the Chamber of Commerce suggested the town didn't do enough to protect it. The sign that would've directed visitors to it resides in the small museum we visited.
The vendors are not all there yet, quite empty still, as are many of the parks. In fact, more than one person from the ...