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 ...
We went out in the California Desert today four wheeling, I thought it was the Arizona Desert. Yuma is really close to the California border.
This is not my favorite thing to do because it can get really scary but Jim likes to go and I do not want to stay home all day by myself. One thing I ...
That is how I like to refer to Yuma..... doesn't prevent us from sleeping, though. Arrived back down here around noon yesterday-- a short drive from Quartzsite, 81 miles I believe. Before heading out of Quartzsite we drove north on the 95 a bit to see where the free camping Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land is and think of whether we might try that some time and I think we would. Turned around and headed south on the 95 and checked out ...
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 ...
... Show in the evening. Bob Anderson is a Los Vegas performer who imitates singers from the 50s and 60s such as Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Tony Bennett, etc. Bob seemed to not know or has forgotten how to use a hand held microphone so the sound was the pits. The highlight of the show was the last song he sang, a Frank Sinatra song that someone from the audience had requested. He sang it a capella. Greg and I were ticket takers so we didn’t pay to get ...