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They have a nice park model in the Country Roads RV Park. The park is quite large; over 1200 sites and is a co-ownership park much like Swan Lake. Like a strata, each owner owns their own site, has a vote in the governing of the association, elects the board of directors, and pays monthly HOA fees to cover the expenses of running the place. There is a wide array of amenities and activities to enjoy. We spent the evening ...
... directions by radio his intentions and where he might plan to land the balloon... On the trip we took last... we traveled to a field that hasn’t been planted yet... and we landed and put the balloon away... during the Veterans Day Parade the balloon was launched from a vacant lot... and landed on one of the greens at a local ...
... of the place was pretty cool. I went from there to the old quarter master station. It was a series of warehouses and buildings to support stock and supplies coming off the paddle steamers. Mostly to support the Fort across the river. I walk along the riverfront and to where the old rail line use to cross. They have an old steamer there. This was the only place to cross the Colorado, either by train or on the rope ...
As you might have quessed, I was there to see what I could photograph. The weather has been warmer here than it usually is, so the desert plants are all coming alive earlier than usual and I really wanted to see the colors (and I wasn't going by myself and you can guess that Nick wasn't going AT ALL)!! Didn't want to encounter the waking snakes and the scorpions, etc. We hiked up to ...
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The warmth in Yuma was more than welcome. Yuma is obviously a very popular destination for snowbirds because it was difficult to see anything other than Canadian license plates. As soon as we finished setting up in our new home, Westwind RV park, the fellow Canadians were knocking on the door to find out exactly where we were from. In our 15,000 kms we hadn't seen as many Alberta plates as did just on our block of the park.
The RV park ...