Royal Motor Inn
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... Pretty soon we were both huffing and puffing and nearly standing on our tip toes to make the next step. The elevation gain is about 1250 feet. We did make it to the top and signed the logbook to prove it. You could see to the Imperial Dunes in California and east as far as the eye allowed. By the time we made it back to the car we were both feeling the post workout feeling: “it feels great when it stops”.
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... Balloon ) wrapped around the balloon... Norman is Windsor's newest (and only) 80 foot tall resident sea monster! He delights in entertaining crowds at events all around the world. Norman is available for tethered rides at public gatherings – and loves to find new places to fly (especially if they have water – sea ...
... as I slowly get myself organised. The house is quiet by the time I'm ready to go. My goodbyes already delivered to the kids. I leave at 10am on the spot, and my trip begins. I depart Corona and there's nothing too exciting about that, it all seems a little routine now. But once I get away from the traffic and onto the open road, I feel the freedom of the road, and appreciate the beauty of the Californian desert. There was just too much there ...
... DVD together in the trailer while the guys were watching sports in the house.
Marine Corps Air Station Yuma is located 2 miles outside the city of Yuma, and is home to Harrier II's and F35B fighter jets (image is from Google). Roger tells me they're the ones that can take off from standing. The F35's can launch air-to-air missiles while flying forward, and they will turn around and seek out the enemy fighter plane ...
... Colorado River in the background and lots of interpretive displays. Our next trip was to the Painted Desert about three miles away. George and Nick and I took a walk into it along the trails. Nick lasted for a short distance, but George also likes to take pictures, so we continued on. It was very beautiful and not that hard of a walk. Well worth the desert heat! Of course, you would NOT want to do this trek in the hot summer months.