Holiday Inn Yuma
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Travel Blogs from Yuma
... Africa in WW2. This spot was also at the foot of the hills that are the Joshua Tree NP. I had seen the Joshua Tree on TV shows and movies, I wasn't expecting hills. I'll be exploring that NP later, on my return to Cali. I continue on my leg, the mountains and hills varied in shape and colour with every new one I passed, the entire landscape was constantly varying. There was a turn off for a lake, I was curious about this salt lake, but I thought, meh, ...
... ladies, lamb "racing" for the little kids, and they even had a motocross event for the teens going around the barrels. Also the calf roping events. All in all it was a lot of fun; and, of course, it's fun for me to take the pictures.
I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.
... Coast gal has never seen a date grow from anything)...I thought they grew on regular trees. In fact, as we were coming out I see these stands of tall palms and I'm thinking, this must be where they grow the palms and then sell them to the hotels, or homes...uh, no, apparently not! See, you are never too old to learn something!! They use bucket trucks that have a whole in the middle and when they come up to the tree they bucket separates and goes around ...
... so its ok as she got the confidence built and one fast ride done; and she liked us more when we gave her cookies! Tom's horse had been sold by another ranch as "lame" in 2002, but the buyer checked the hooves and found rocks buried deep in the them, once fixed he was fine, and bought by WS Ranch in 2003. Initially Tom was told Mesa wouldn't lope, but once Tom got him loping he loved it, the wranglers were extremely impressed at their connection ...
... 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 ...
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