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Somewhere around 100 people attended---family, some of Jim's coworkers and many folks who knew him in the realm of dog sports. Steven emceed the event, starting with a welcome and invitation to enjoy the food.
After 5 weeks in Yuma, we have now made our way to Tucson for a week. Our time in Yuma was fantastic. From 5 to 11 couples from our Alaska Trip moved in and out of the area and we had lots of times together including lots of dinners, a trip to Mexico for the day where we were pleasantly surprised by what we saw. Yes, you get the peddlers and the beggars, but it has become "the" place to go for your prescription drugs, eye glasses and dentist and doctor visits, and ...
... of them are open the public. Since most of the astronomers there do most of their work during the night, we saw the telescopes and nothing else. The Visitors Center was quite nice though with a lot of info on astronomy - not that I know anymore about astronomy now then before. ...
Hooked up the car and headed for Tucson today. We got gas at a Circle K before getting on the freeway and almost got hung up. I managed to back up with the car attached (they say it can't be done) and we made it out of station. Another windy travel day. The RV park is vintage but has WI FI and a pool. No plans for tomorrow,will see how warm it ...
... were gone. Another man had hidden too, his name was Enrique. I noticed that he kind of looked like a loner, but followed him either way. We both managed to hitch a ride in a "band van" to a small town in Arizona. The band was really nice and cheerful compared to Enrique's cloudy personality. I needed some money if I wanted to make it to Los Angeles, so I got a job at a local restaurant.