Knight Inn And Suites Yuma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... came on and we were back in business.
As a reward I went up to the putting green to get the feel of how the greens here will roll. I arranged a tee time on Monday and invited Barb and Cheryl to join us at Cocopah.
We confirmed arrangement for golf and invited them to stay for an informal dinner of Bbq’d burgers and trimmings. The air compressor we ordered from Home Depot arrived at the store so we went over to pick it up on our way to visit ...
... at 10 stories tall, and holds 132,000 cubic feet of hot air! He's a bit chunky at nearly 700 lbs, but loves to float around the friendly skies. He was proudly built by Cameron Balloons in 2004. He is truly the most well-traveled beaver in the world and loves to be invited to events in the U.S. and abroad. Read his whole story ...
... the life blood of this region. All those floods over the century's left good soil, and one of the dams closest to Yuma is designed to channel the water into man made canals that sends water to fields all over the area. The only issue was that the water was channeled on the northern, Californian side of the river. So a pipe or inverted syphon as they call it, was run under the river and the Arizona fields are well ...
Yuma is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the sunniest place on earth, with 339 bright days a year and less than 3 inches of rainfall annually. Normal highs range from 70 F (21 C) in January, to 107 F (42 C) in July. December is the coldest month, with a normal high of 69 F. While we were in Yuma, the temperatures were in the 80's F (27 C) and 90's (32 C) - quite a bit above normal for this time of year. Ahhhh. ...
... things to do in Yuma. The #2 thing was the Castle Dome Mining and Ghost Town......sounds interesting. After going in 180* he wrong direction for a while we finally found the sign 40 miles north of Yuma. Ten more miles on the worst (I say again) worst , roughest, gravel road I have ever driven we arrrived to the so-called ghost town. Actually it may have been a mining area with some pits that extracted silver ore back in the 1800's but the ghost town was just someone's dream ...