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This blog covers the period from the beginning of January to the second week of March.
Yuma's weather during January, February, and March has been incredible. Temperatures were in the mid 20s, most days were cloud-free, and the humidity was about 20%. Today’s humidity is 5% ! Life has been busy since the first of the year. Karen and I say that there are not enough hours in the day for everything we want to do. We have been ...
... Saturday and remember what I said about Saturdays.
I am going to load some more pictures so I can get this blog up to date so no big stories.
We plan on leaving here on the 10th to get back on the road to new places.
Jim and Kathy
We drove from San Diego to John's and Bertha's in Thermal, picked up StarTwo and then drove to Yuma. We are staying in the same RV resort as we did last year, The Palms. It is good to be back in the land of 30 cents avocados, 80 cents per liter gasoline, 20% humidity, and blue skies. We will be ...
Our original plan when leaving Big Bend was to head due north to Carlsbad Caverns. However, the nights were down to about 25 degrees, so we thought better of it. Instead, we decided to jet west, making two one-night stops, one in El Paso, TX and one in Casa Grande, AZ. This would get us to Yuma, AZ, where we would hang out for a week and take a day trip into Mexico.
The one night stays were pretty uneventful. The drive to El Paso was full of border patrols and HUGE ...
... good lunch of BBQ chicken, macaroni salad, roll and beverage. The couple beside us said that they have lunch there regularly; it isn’t always chicken but it is always good. You don’t even have to speak to a salesperson; you can just go directly to the lunch room. No pressure.
Our bike riding was interrupted because we were getting so many flat tires. Goat-head thorns were causing the flats. These thorns drop from ...