Quechan Casino Resort
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... Torosi was a very gentle man who took four X-rays of my mouth. He placed the plastic thingy in my mouth and held it while the X-Ray was taken, unlike at home where the assistant will place the thingy and leave the room. I seem to remember also that in Canada they drape a lead apron on the patient when they do X-Rays but they didn't do that in Mexico. The radiation is not very strong apparently so this probably doesn't matter.
... beginning of humanity, then they have a history of Arizona and California, then all the wars of the US. One on France (he is a frenchman), one on Italy and Rome and that whole history; the class of 1947 Princeton Graduates; the entire list of those lost in the Korean War; and it goes on and on - aviation, animals, fossils - you just can't imagine this place. Strange, but amazing and wonderful at the same time.
... choir from a nearby church group led the caroling as we rode around the park and then it was into the ballroom for hot chocolate, cookies, and more singing. A local dance troop also performed a variety of Christmas dances. Then later in the week we were part of the park parade, riding around with Santa on a decorated hay wagon, caroling and wishing everyone a Merry Christmas.
Outside the park, Greg and I watched the Yuma Parade of Lights ...
... with their biographies attached, so you get a real feel for the prison population. Quite interesting.
That night we crossed the river into California and stayed at the Rivers Edge RV Park, it was literally on the banks of the Colorado. It is an absolutely huge park filled with snowbirds from up north, over 400 sites and mostly full. Living in Hawaii eliminates the need for that seasonal migration.
Tomorrow, San Diego.
... 8217;s Club. We aren’t sure if it’s worthwhile joining Sam’s Club; some people say yes, others say no. We’ll have to 'visit’ and decide for ourselves.
Saturday was the regular burger bash and both Greg and I volunteered to work it. Greg was on the beer kegs and I was at the kitchen counter with three others giving out the burgers and beverages. We served about 200 people, a smaller than usual crowd, but ...