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... We have found the people generally to be kind and very helpful and in many situations when we have had car trouble or other challenges, have experienced so many wonderful acts of kindness and had people go way out of their way to help us out. Once you are in Mexico, at kilometer 21 (21 kms south of the border) there is the official immigration and car registration and import station. We took care of our business, got our tourist visa and temporarily ...
... Born’, performed by over 200 church members in an outdoor amphitheater near us. What an incredible job they did, there were performers of all ages and animals too. Then after the play, we drove to an area of Yuma known for its Christmas decorating. One street in particular was absolutely fantastic, rivaling the Griswald’s decorations in the movie, ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’. The whole street was ablaze with ...
... to explore.
First stop, the Yuma Territorial Prison. Built in 1876 before Arizona became a state, it was the only prison in the territory for 33 years. Running water, flush toilets,electric lights and health care it was considered to be one of the best run prisons in the west and modern for the times. Despite this, it was still a tough place to do time. Six prisoners to a eight by four foot cell with one bucket ...
... turkey, stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, turnip, meat pies, perogies, and more. And pies and sweets for dessert. We were stuffed.
Today is Boxing Day. Another beautiful day in the desert, not a cloud in the sky. The temperature is supposed to reach 19C, which they tell us is unusually cool for this time of year. It may not be a pool day but perfect for doing anything outside.
We hope everyone has had a great ...
... drug routes to the US markets. How long before the western lands get ripped up by violence is anybody’s guess.
So in my few short days I establish a little routine—coffee and a light brekkie in the morning, long walk, see the town, see some friends, lunch, nap, internet, etc. But the best part is the afternoon swim, out about a quarter mile to the pelicans’ island. If the tide’s out, you can walk ...