Clarion Suites - Yuma
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Travel Blogs from Yuma
... he ran so long and fast overtaking all the others! Again probably the biscuits we were sneaking him!! We had decided to delay our drive to San Diego by a couple if hours in favour of going to the hay ride cook out in the desert with everyone. At 12.00 we jumped on the back of a hay cart puled by two giant draft horses; Everyone all squished on we set off on a short, hot sweaty ride to the cook out. The BBQ was in full force when we arrived ...
... either. They did repairs on Scott's bike and shifters. Great bike shop. Scott is ow friends with his bike. We are so blessed in this country. We have so many opportunities. We have met many people from out of country and they remind us of our blessings. Saw the huge border fence. Seems harsh. Talked with locals on how they feel about immigration. Border patrol everywhere. Cant get photos from our iphones to ipad. Yessh, we will work on ...
... s Birthday on the 29th, Kathy’s Birthday on the 29th, Mac’s birthday Jan 1 and of course New Years Day Jan 1 . . . So Happy New Years everyone, Happy birthday Joe, Kathy and Mac! And, Happy Anniversary to US!
Weather is nice in the high 60s and low 70s . . . lows around 45 . . . we had a slight sprinkling of rain last evening. The full moon is visible and in full glory.
Today, New Year’s Eve ...
... family. We also drove by a table along the road that had some bags of fruit for $1 each. I picked up a bag of 7 red ruby grapefruit and put my dollar in the coffee can. I should have put in more as they are the juiciest grapefruit I think I've ever eaten. We've been peeling them and eating them like oranges.
We also went to the Yuma Prison State Historic Site. There isn't much left of the original prison but enough to give a person an understanding of why it ...
... desert rats so we do not Oooh and Aaaah when traveling through very dry terrain. But the mountains we in which we traversed were pretty unusual. The solid rock outcroppings had been weathered by water and ice to the point that it appeared as if someone had stacked very large boulders in such a way as to create very tight joints between them- miles of tightly stacked boulders and rocks.
Another anomaly is the sight of green fields of hay, rice, lettuce and ...
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