Radisson Hotel Yuma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... are sitting at the bar, as they do in the US. I end up just sitting at the bar. I order my beer and 2 tacos for $7. An older gentleman and his friends sit next to me and we end up chatting. He was the partial owner of the bar I was in, and was opening a brewery bar across the street. I have a few beers there, more then I'd intended and then he shows me and his friends his new bar. It looked like a cool place. His ...
... tangerines, watermelons, cantaloupes, dates, and even wheat. One reason is the fertile soil from sediments deposited by the Colorado River over millions of years. Other reasons include the long growing season, with more than 350 days of sunshine a year, and the abundance of labor from Mexico. Rain is the missing component - 100 per cent of fields are irrigated with water from the Colorado River.
Yuma is the ...
... mail yet. We tried to tell him it was in the mail, but he wasn't buying it!! Possibly we are just not destined to see this museum. So, instead we had a quick lunch at the Bowling Alley on base (don't ask), and we then headed off to the Wildlife area (yes, the one we couldn't find on our last trip out here), but we got better directions and it was quite nice. They have a wonderful museum on site, a substantial viewing area overlooking the valley ...
... to us about being a little concerned that the snowbirds weren't here yet. Denis chatted with someone, maybe our park manager, about the fact the older people who have come for years are dying off or just not capable of making the trip anymore. The one road friend we met mentioned they no longer drive their truck here as her husband has cancer and can't get into the big truck. I wonder when they won't come anymore.
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... the way home from the dunes, we stopped to watch workers harvesting a romaine lettuce field. They cut out the romaine hearts, put three in a cello bag, pack them in cartons, and then put the cartons into a truck. The outside leaves are left to rot in the field. The lettuce reaches east coast markets in two days. As we were watching them, the workers tossed us three bags of lettuce (nine hearts). When we were back at the resort, we gave most of it to our friends ...