Hilton Garden Inn Yuma Pivot Point
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... an empty lake, till I passed it at a distance and could see, from miles away, it was covered in rows and rows of something, I assume it's a solar farm, and the lake is covered in adjustable solar panels. I wish I'd turned off to see. Too late, I trudged on. I eventually turned off the highway and headed south on the back roads towards Yuma. I drove through a lot of agricultural land and small shanty towns. It's odd to see lush green fields in the ...
Day 277 - Alaska Unofficial Reuntion: As it turned out we found that we had several couples from our Caravan Trip that were staying in Yuma for varying amounts of time, or were willing to drive for our unofficial reunion. We had 11 couples, which amazed us, out of the 25 couples that were part of this journey. What a treat to see everyone again and to rehash all that we did.
Day 278 - 279 - Nick and I have taken up ...
... and then comes together so that the men picking the dates can surround the tree and be sure to get all the dates. Harvesting is done once a year in late August through the second week of October. These dates are Medjool dates. The tall trees that I was seeing produce up to 200 pounds of dates per tree!! They place bags around the bunches of dates to keep them together and make it easier for harvesting. Very interesting.
After the date farm, ...
... 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 ...
... agents, no hassle. The town was a big surprise to us. Greg and I expected dirty streets, ramshackle buildings, beggars, street children; what we have typically seen in small Mexico towns. It wasn’t like that at all. We were pleasantly surprised. The town is very clean and the people are very friendly, no harassing. The few medical offices we went into were very ‘American’. They have it all here: prescription and nonprescription drugs, eye exams ...