SpringHill Suites Yuma
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... few days so I have a bit of catching up to do. We went out to Desert Hills Golf Club on Wednesday to see where it was and hit some balls at the driving range. We will be meeting Barb and Cheryl there on Sunday. Thursday we made a trip to Wellton to Arizona RV Parts Center. Wellton is about thirty miles east of here on the other side of Telegraph Pass. We ordered windshield shade screen for Stella to protect against heat and UV. They are custom-made to fit and will be installed ...
... water, of course)... And I’m sure you’ve seen that there are hundreds of shapes!
Two people hold open the end of the balloon that’s attached to the basket and a 3 ft diameter gas-run propeller is placed in the throat of the balloon; the balloon is inflated with air... this air can inflate the balloon ...
... explain. I passed through Palm Springs, and felt some unsettled movement in the car. Like a bush was loose in the rear suspension. I looked at the trees for wind but there wasn't many, and the ones I saw weren't moving too much. I was right to suspect wind as, soon enough I came across the biggest wind farm I'd ever seen. It went for kilometres and there were thousands. Rows and rows of them, all in this valley I was driving through, between two ...
... the planes, or to watch the game. Very cool to see, but disturbing in a "war zone" kind of way.
Considering how much sunshine they have here, you would expect it to be big on solar energy - and that it is. The Foothills Solar Plant in Yuma is a huge solar farm. It covers 400 acres, and has a capacity of 35 MW, enough electricity for 8,750 local Yuma customers.
I would not have expected, however, for ...
... coming back, past the Proving Grounds again, we stopped to watch several jumpers coming down and we could tell that they were doing some testing at the base of the mountain as we could see the dust kicking up as they moved across the desert floor.
Okay, so that just about keeps us up-to-date on our activities. Hope you are all well and not getting too sick of the cold and snow that some of you are experiencing. Remember, it will be over soon!!