Super 8 Yuma
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... morning at our site here at Cocopah.
Algodones, Mexico was our destination on Friday. Everyone just parks at the Quechon Indian parking lot and walks over the border. The Mexicans don’t bother with an entry point check-in. Once across you are in the town. Everywhere you look there are drugstores, dental offices, optometrists, and liquor stores. There is at least one hawker in front of every store trying to get you to come in. They are thicker here than the ...
... 45-60% of its volume based on how long you want to wait... of course, at this moment the balloon has no lift... The basket is on its side... And two large propane tanks provide fuel to some very large burners that convert the liquid propane to a vapor and then to a burning flame.
Once the balloon is partially inflated by ...
... Without knowing I'd actually missed a turnoff to the south east, and continued on the highway to the east. It wasn't until I stopped for fuel that I realised what had happened. It wasn't a big deal as there was ways to my destination the way is gone, but I'd added time to my trip. At the petrol stop was the General Patton Museum. It was set in this isolated location because he had established training grounds here to train his army for war ...
... be prominant here considering how hot and dry it is. But farming is Yuma's number one business, with 230,000 acres of land used for agriculture in Yuma County. The area produces more than 175 different crops. Yuma is the winter lettuce capital of the world, with its winter produce production putting Arizona second in the U.S. in the production of head lettuce, romaine lettuce, cauliflower and broccoli. They also grow ...
Day 268 - Today we met up with a couple from our Alaska Trip and headed to the visitor center to see what there was to see. Finding the center was an exercise in futility. If they want you to visit, they shouldn't hide the Visitor's Center...after much ado, we finally did find it and it is attached to the old Quartermaster's buildings dating back to the Civil War. As luck would have it, they give tours on Wednesday, so we hooked up with a nice young lady ...