Days Inn Blythe
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Adequate. Towels like sandpaper...noisy a/c (but it's cold!)...good shower.
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Short & sweet, not much to tell you about in this blog! To my Vancouver family & friends enjoy the sun this weekend, I hear the flowers are blooming so we will start on our last leg of this road trip at the end of the month!
I'll be back next week to tell you about Lake Havasu!
... odd….they didn’t cheer or clap very much, even when asked to by the announcer…..we did.
We left Blythe yesterday and are in Lake Havasu City NV for a week. We are here to see the pyrotechnic show they put on every year at this time. For 4 nights all the China firework companies come and show their latest and greatest fireworks for the year. It should be spectacular. I will let you know.
Rusty and Debbie
... for bike-riding and mucho citrus trees for our daily orange, lemon and grapefruit juice! We used this as our base for getting my Mom started on her dental work in Algodonas.
We picked Mom up at the Palm Springs airport and beetled straight to Yuma to the Clarion Sites, where we met sister Toni and her husband, Lee, just in time for the manager's happy hour (read 'free drinks and nachos') by the ...
... the middle of no where!! On the welcome sign as you come into this town, you see a reference to camels and mountains. Well the mountains were obvious, but camels? I wasn't so sure why that was here. Well, come to find out, General Patton used this area as a training ground for his troops. He brought in all these camels to help train and because this was desert, he figured it would be great training for the men. Come to find out camels can't handle the rocks. ...
... worth a visit if you are ever in the area though) we descend to the desert floor and about six miles from Seeley we hit elevation sea level and the land starts looking more agricultural as opposed to desert. Hay being the big crop by the looks of things.
Exited Interstate 8 on Highway 111 at El Centro, heading north towards Brawley then east on the 78. Passed massive cattle ranch where some of the cattle looked like ...