Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Yuma
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... having our soup and sandwich that we noticed we were parked right next to a compound full of porta-potties. No wonder the parking lot was empty. Right at the end of Gila Bend was the junction of Hwy 8, which would take us right to Yuma. Hwy 8 is a four lane divided freeway so the rest of the trip was uneventful.
Cocopah RV and Golf Resort is just beyond the western city limits of Yuma on the Cocopah Indian Reserve. The resort is very pretty with a full size golf course ...
our jeeping friends. This is the largest gathering in the 20 years this club
has been together……fun fun fun. We ran 5 trails this week with anywhere from 8
– 18 jeeps on a run. Rusty has been modifying the jeep so we could start going
on harder trails. We usually stay on 2 – 2.5 rated trails (more scenic than
tough) but this time we signed up for a couple of 3’s. That means….rock
crawling and ...
... implants and crowns. Seriously, google it if you have time and you will be surprised at the results. Los Algodones dentists. We also had a Mexican lunch and a Margherita while we were there. But we didn't care for the bombardment on the streets of begging and extremely competitive dental street marketing. So, that was our one south of the border trip! This post is the first since Death Valley and since we didn't just drop from the sky into the desert here, I'll briefly catch you ...
... they sell everything Mexican but we found the prices had really increased since we were there two years ago. Back to the park for a BBQ and cold beer. We began meeting other people that were attending the rally, all from Texas.
Thursday after sitting around talking to the rally members in the morning we drove to a small German town named Gruene, The German family that started the town years ago wanted to fit in with the Texans ...
... in the "Mexican part" of town, at least, that it’s how it feels like when you drive down the road, and at night there are no street lights either.
Gate way Park – Ocean to Ocean bridge – Pivot Point
Gateway Park: we discovered this park and were impressed, sandy beach, grass and free showers… what is better than this, especially when you can get ...