Knight Inn And Suites Yuma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... but they have just changed the entry requirements and everyone wanting to enter will have to undergo a 15-20 minute computer background check, interview, and investigation. We decided to skip it.
Today started off with a lot of promise: the sunshade folk arrived early to install the windscreen on Stella. It didn’t fit so they packed up and left saying they would call tomorrow to let me know what they were going to do. We went to the Arizona Market ...
... 8217;ve never done this... It’s a hoot... we had a lot of fun taking our trip and hopefully will have many more trips... and being part of the crew has been fun as well... At times it’s been a lot of work... But we’ve met some great people and have had a lot of fun…
Jim & Connie and Rowdy ...
... heads towards the boarder, it's dirt and it's between fields yet it had a name so I was sure it was a public road. I get to a rail way levy and was going to drive up and over it, but there was a boarder protection truck, right there. I had seen a lot of such trucks while I was driving towards and close to Yuma, including checkpoints. I park just before the levy. And walk up. I'm a little worried on what the rules are when getting close to the boarder, ...
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 ...
... were used instead of cabbage leaves. Yummy. The big party was on New Year's Eve with food and dancing, and then a champagne fountain at midnight. On New Year’s Day there was moose milk, more food, and more dancing. So it was a busy few days.
I have joined a group that makes and donates crafted items to the local women’s shelter and oncology unit in the general hospital here. As a group we make quilts, ...