Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Wellton
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Well, we are on the move again heading east from Yuma.
We are well rested after a week at Tier Drop RV Park in Wellton AZ. We met a lot of great people. We went to Painted Rock Petroglyphs (amazing) and a few of us from the park went on a jeep ride (7 jeeps and trucks), we also went into Yuma to a huge flee market (bought stuff we didn't know ...
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 ...
... coming back, past the Proving Grounds again, we stopped to watch several jumpers coming down and we could tell that they were doing some testing at the base of the mountain as we could see the dust kicking up as they moved across the desert floor.
Okay, so that just about keeps us up-to-date on our activities. Hope you are all well and not getting too sick of the cold and snow that some of you are experiencing. Remember, it will be over soon!!
It is very hard to keep up a blog or journal. We are so tired at the end of a day we simply fall to sleep. Mornings we are in a hurry to ride while it is cool. We have slept in a haystack, recommended by a police officer. We spent an entire day in Yuma doing business things. Scott had been so excited to cross our first State border and record for history, but on the crazy road we took to cross the border there wasn't even the slightest sign that we had crossed our ...
... needed. We did enjoy seeing all of the Saguaro Cacti on the drive, and we made an impulsive stop in Dateland, AZ and sampled the "famous" date and cactus shakes. They were excellent.
When we finally arrived in Yuma, we quickly learned that almost every RV park was 55+. Luckily, we found one willing to take us in, and it turned out to be a surprise, with everyone so welcoming to us, and Wren even picking up a lot of honorary grandparents by week's end. Wren and ...