Yuma Palms Inn
Travel Blogs from Yuma
... 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.
... Toronto won the cup so there were only a few of us happy campers in the crowd.
On Monday I did the aqua zumba class in the morning while Greg played shuffleboard. Then in the afternoon I started line dancing class. What a hoot! There are about 20 people in the class and we learned 5 different line dances: electric slide, Charleston, disco, waltz, and one other that I can’t remember the name of. The class was 1 ½ hours long and ...
... We tried three different places but had all Did Not Find experiences. I think that the phone is overloaded and we'll have to look for a dedicated geocache GPS. Maybe in Yuma tomorrow.
The sunsets have been great. I'm including a couple of shots, plus a 1939 Plymouth shot from the Market.
All in all, we love the desert and are having a blast! Keep comin' back, we will.
... you can find in the carpark if you look closely.
50 metre walk to dinner at the Waffle House - had a great waitress who carries a pink ladies Smith .38 & is waiting on her matching pink AR15 - only in Arizona!
P.S. finally have phone cards sorted
... caching around old town the other day.
At various locations in town we have run into Yukoner's Perry and Marcie Savoy and Don Frizell. We also have visited Hank and Jean Chillman and Don and Marie Cox. Like old home week around here.
We like it here so much, we are pondering doing this again next winter after a trip across Canada to the east coast. Don't tell our employers this bit of news!! :o) ...