Travelodge Yuma 4th Ave

Address: 2050 4th Avenue, Yuma, Arizona, 85364, United States | 2 star motel
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      Travel Blogs from Yuma

      As Far South As We Go (This Time)

      A travel blog entry by daniel.scott on Feb 05, 2015

      70 photos

      ... is very interesting to see how quickly they can take a field from dry dirt to plowed, irrigated, and planted . The lettuce they grow around here sprouts very quickly and the fields turn green virtually overnight. From that point it is only a few weeks before the workers are in the fields picking the produce. There are specialized trailers that fit perfectly between the rows with tented sides that lift to provide shade for the pickers. The lettuce is cut, trimmed and loaded into boxes ...

      Ballooning in the Great South West

      A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Nov 11, 2014

      1 comment, 82 photos

      ... NIGHT GLOW”... A night glow is an inflated balloon on display running the burner to keep the balloon inflated and offering people the chance to get close and ask questions... The balloon is tethered (tied to the truck) so it won’t lift off the ground.

      When the night glow is finished we release the air in ...

      LA to Yuma

      A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 07, 2014

      13 photos

      ... The landscape changed from flat and rocky to rolling hills, which were fun to drive. I drove through an Indian reservation and towards these great sand hills I could see off in the distance. I was passing groups of dune buggies that were obviously heading there. I finally reached the highway and turned east into Yuma. I reach Yuma and cross the Colorado river and into town. It's very unimpressive. Since I hadn't eaten since about 7am and it was ...

      Sunniest place on earth

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Feb 16, 2014

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... separate strands of fruit, bag the date bunches to protect them from insects and moisture, and harvest the dates. They are an organic product - no pesticides or chemicals are used on the trees or the dates. Many date specialties are made locally, including date shakes, which are yummy but
      very sweet.

      On Wednesday, Doug took the day off golfing and the four of us went to the Yuma Territorial Prison Historic ...

      Lots of History in this area

      A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Jan 22, 2014

      2 comments, 37 photos

      ... Coast gal has never seen a date grow from anything)...I thought they grew on regular trees. In fact, as we were coming out I see these stands of tall palms and I'm thinking, this must be where they grow the palms and then sell them to the hotels, or homes...uh, no, apparently not! See, you are never too old to learn something!! They use bucket trucks that have a whole in the middle and when they come up to the tree they bucket separates and goes around ...