Friendship Inn Torch Lite Lodge
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Wir hatten wirklich den Wecker gestellt, denn irgendwie wird es früh immer später, ehe wir los kommen. Heut muss ja auch alles wieder verstaut werden, denn wir ziehen mal wieder um.
Zum Frühstück wird wieder etwas aus der Lobby auf's Zimmer geholt und dann werden die Siebensachen gepackt. Als erstes fahren wir noch mal in den Saguaro …
... the life blood of this region. All those floods over the century's left good soil, and one of the dams closest to Yuma is designed to channel the water into man made canals that sends water to fields all over the area. The only issue was that the water was channeled on the northern, Californian side of the river. So a pipe or inverted syphon as they call it, was run under the river and the Arizona fields are well ...
... 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 ...
Day 272 - Today we went back to the Visitor Center where they were hosting a two day celebration of re-enactors portraying Civil War soldier from both the North and the South doing battle. Complete with canon fire - boy those things are loud - I may now be a candidate for hearing aids after those blasts! It was fun to see the men and women enjoying their roles. They go all over the United States doing these types of shows for schools, festivals ...
... time of year only open the one morning a week. Then we went to a couple other suggested things to see in Quartzsite, including the cemetery with the monument to Hi Jolly. Have you heard about camels in Arizona? They were brought over from Syria in 1856. Then we visited the 1050 year old ironwood tree. Denis says he will take a Redwood tree any day. I reminded him this is a totally different climate and growing condition. Unfortunately, ...