Hampton Inn & Suites Yuma
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... desert town supply's 90% of the leafy vegetables consumed in the US. I walk the Main Street but it really doesn't have the historic feel I was expecting. But I noticed a bar that had a cheap Tuesday so I decided to come back later for dinner. I head back to my hotel and rest up. I head out around 1900. I go to the bar and there's quite a few people in there. I feel a little awkward as I want to order a $3 pint ...
... be prominant here considering how hot and dry it is. But farming is Yuma's number one business, with 230,000 acres of land used for agriculture in Yuma County. The area produces more than 175 different crops. Yuma is the winter lettuce capital of the world, with its winter produce production putting Arizona second in the U.S. in the production of head lettuce, romaine lettuce, cauliflower and broccoli. They also grow ...
... related events. (These photos were published with the last entry...sorry).
Day 273 - We were off to the Proving Ground Museum again today (Monday) and got through the gates with no problem (George had his military ID) got to the Museum, and .... it was CLOSED! When we tried two days ago, we give the guard our licenses, registration and proof of insurance, and oops, the insurance had expired a week ago, and we haven't been in a place ...
Today we drove to Yuma, AZ to visit our niece, Laura and her husband Lee. On 9/11/13 Laura gave birth to a little girl named Emma.
Most of the day was socializing and "catching up" on what everyone has been doing for the last year.
Dinner was at a local brewery, The Pint House, in Yuma. Great food and sweet potato fries!
... softer. My pad sprung a leak, the gravel was hard. There was a hot tub, swimming pool and so many old people. We keep making fun of old people, even though they are the kindest ever, and fail to realize, WE ARE ALSO OLD! Talked with my older brother Jim yesterday, love him. He gave me peace, a real gift. So many farm things I would love him and Troy to see. The smell of earth and spring and hay cuttings make me miss my dad. Miss my ...