Travelodge Yuma 4th Ave
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... having our soup and sandwich that we noticed we were parked right next to a compound full of porta-potties. No wonder the parking lot was empty. Right at the end of Gila Bend was the junction of Hwy 8, which would take us right to Yuma. Hwy 8 is a four lane divided freeway so the rest of the trip was uneventful.
Cocopah RV and Golf Resort is just beyond the western city limits of Yuma on the Cocopah Indian Reserve. The resort is very pretty with a full size golf course ...
... pharmacies, and eye glass dispensaries there. There are many vendors selling metal, pottery, clothes and jewelry throughout the streets. There is a wonderful town square that sells great Mexican food and drinks at a very good price.
The weather for the last week has cooled off with daytime temps. around 10-20C, but the nights have been as low as 3C.
The next few weeks are looking like they will be just as busy.
... than the air around it... and as you go higher the differential of temperature gets larger... (colder outside) gives the balloon more lift... The shape balloon is so large that it can handle a basket that will carry up to 10 people for a nice ride...
How hot is the air at the top of the balloon... When the balloon is on ...
... about some dental work?" WOW! I'm taking the basket every time. Do you think the same tools are used for dental work and making pine needle baskets?? Wandered around, had drinks, got some vanilla and coconut candy and back to customs. It felt kind of like being in jail to look through those bars and see the Federales ...
... is the best playground I ever saw…. One large castle several stories high and lots of stairs inside going up – it’s so big you can nearly get lost, so we become kids again – or maybe only GineJ.
Wetlands Park: we drive through the humming bird park, along the river… coming by a nice pond, where we saw white Herons…. until we come to the canal: and we ...