Ramada Inn Yuma Chilton Conference Center
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... even lower in some places. However, like they say, you get what you pay for. The dentist we went to barely looked at our teeth before prescribing care, and he gave Kat a filling that later fell out. They told me that I needed a root canal on one tooth, and I decided to wait and get a second opinion in America. Two reasons for that decision: Their dental practice didn't look that clean, and they don't use Novocaine! No thank you. I'll pay more to be taken care of ...
... the lighting of the burners is heard by dogs on the ground and when the burner starts the dogs bark... as we crossed the fields and the workers would look up... we'd yell Hola (hello in Spanish) and the workers would wave and respond… it was quiet and still except for the wind across us.... As we touched down and walked into the Lettuce field next to the landing spot we noticed that it has frosted the side of the heads of ...
... Poco Locos Christmas dinner and dance. There were about a hundred of us there for the delicious BBQ chicken dinner. The band was good too and I was able to do a few of the line dances that I have been practicing for about a month now.
On Saturday morning the resort had a pet parade. And what a parade. It was lead by a Marine Corps Color Guard and then an elementary school marching band of 175 members, some of them were not much taller than the drum they ...
... through, we have not used before. It's not a large park and has always been full when we have been in the area. Because we only plan to stay for a few days, we chose to 'dry camp' for the time here.
Leaving El Cajon we experienced heavy skies with an indication of 'weather' moving in. By the time we are through the Vallecito Mountains, ...
... from Beulah. I knew them from the dental office and also worked with Shirley some through the Chamber office when she was director of the Meals on Wheels program in Hazen. As we were talking someone called my name and I turned around to see Connie Kelly. They lived in Hazen until a few years ago when Richard retired. Now they own a home in a retirement park here and go to Rapid City for the summers with their motorhome. Their daughter was in Missy's class and we ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility