Clarion Suites - Yuma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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I'm on the move around 11. I eat my instant porridge and I'm out the door. I didn't have any utensils so I had to eat creatively. Breakfast was ok, as the porridge was in a cup, dinner the night before was a different story. I head out to my first stop, the Yuma prison. Most of the prison has been lost due to theft and the building of the neighbouring rail line, but there's enough there to occupy you for a few hours. ...
... for Roger to have his little friend Doug to watch the Olympics with, especially hockey. It was funny because Doug's a big hockey fan, but he was so quiet watching the hockey games that we wondered if he was asleep, while Roger was yacking and yelling and slapping his knee when they almost scored. We also played Pegs & Jokers a couple of nights (a twist on the Marbles board game), and Eva & I started watching Downton ...
... things to do in Yuma. The #2 thing was the Castle Dome Mining and Ghost Town......sounds interesting. After going in 180* he wrong direction for a while we finally found the sign 40 miles north of Yuma. Ten more miles on the worst (I say again) worst , roughest, gravel road I have ever driven we arrrived to the so-called ghost town. Actually it may have been a mining area with some pits that extracted silver ore back in the 1800's but the ghost town was just someone's dream ...
... this doesn't work well for me and some of it we saw is really just junk. Would be neat to see when they are all set up with hundreds of vendors and full RV parks.
The afternoon after our little tour of town and some shopping we had a coyote stroll through the RV park-- that was interesting. And, we had seen a roadrunner at the cemetery. Yes, all things considered we really felt comfortable in Quartzsite. Need to return for sure.
... were not the same as my mtn bike. Well a week into the trip we are friends. I love my bike. The handlebar has so many different places for my hands. My hands are not numb as they usually are. We now have the feel of thee bikes and are more confident riding in traffic and the freeways. We stopped in El Centro a few days ago and got Scott new pedals for his bike. A kid named Pepe helped us, what a great kid. By the way he couldn't lift ...