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... on rollers to the trailer bed. In a day or two the entire field has been harvested and the workers are on the next field.
Quartzite, Arizona is a small town except in January when up to half a million people arrive for the Quartzite RV Show which is the largest in the world. It also boasts 20,000 boon docking sites on BLM lands all around the outskirts of the city. For a small permit fee anyone can camp on these lands. No power, no water, no facilities. ...
... by opening a large valve in the top of the balloon and letting out the hot air... This same valve is opened when the balloon is in flight and is starting to land... the pilot dumps the hot air quickly to allow the balloon to deflate and settle to the ground.
It’s now the work of the crew, to clean up the balloon, ...
... I was starving and stop at the first healthy food place I could find. Subway. I make my way to my $33 hotel, expecting the worst. First impressions. The place looked ok. But the people at reception stirred uneasyness. The first person I saw was a large black woman, and I was sure it was a guy. At the counter was a fat older white guy and despite myself standing back about 2 metres, I could smell him. Next to him was an even older white gentlemen. ...
... 1876 and 1909, this penitentiary housed many of Arizona's most dangerous criminals. The remains of the prison are now an Arizona State Park. Then we went for lunch and to a movie (Monuments Men - good movie. George Clooney ... sigh). And on Thursday, Roger & I went with Eva to the outdoor Arizona Marketplace (huge flea market) and helped her
bring home a couple of zero-gravity lawn chairs. Handy to have the ...
... and then comes together so that the men picking the dates can surround the tree and be sure to get all the dates. Harvesting is done once a year in late August through the second week of October. These dates are Medjool dates. The tall trees that I was seeing produce up to 200 pounds of dates per tree!! They place bags around the bunches of dates to keep them together and make it easier for harvesting. Very interesting.
After the date farm, ...