Yuma Cabana Motel
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... with huge guns. Mexico is always an experience. Then we had a little tour of Yuma and another home-cooked meal. YUM! It has been nice to spend some time in an actual house and not eat out. It is HOT here! I think tomorrow may involve a camel farm and a date farm with date shakes? Thursday we will continue our journey toward ...
... completely gravel lots with RV spots for rent. And everything around Yuma seems to be RV-related. RV parks, RV dealers, RV repairs. There are 23,000 commercial RV spaces here!
Eva and I went for early morning walks almost every day (by early I mean early - 7:30, as the sun is coming up. It's so beautiful out at that time). Roger would crack his eyelid open to say goodbye when I was leaving the trailer. ;o) And it ...
... in but those that enjoy ripping around the desert on their quads and side-by-side off road units are probably in heaven as evidenced by the number of them around. The town has a population of 97,000 but that doubles come winter with the Canadians. I never did see a downtown core but did see one RV park after another.
With the prospect of another day of listening to Englebert Humperdink and Tom Jones at the pool we decided to search Trip Advisor online for ...
... catch you up this morning, Denis is cooking breakfast and his old saying -- you gotta crack some eggs to make an omelette -- is coming oh so true. One egg cracked in the carton then he drops a second on the floor.... a great cook, but.... Scrambled benny on the menu this morning.
Back to our touring day in Quartzsite, though, we did go wander through a few shops and vendor tents... an experience for sure... I like things to be ...
... Within a year 3000 people lived in Castle Dome. The town boasted 5 saloons, a hotel, numerous stores and a Sheriffs office.We had a great day looking at the old mine shafts, and exploring the historic buildings and learning about Arizona's early days.
The three days we spent in Yuma were a great introduction to Arizona's wild west past. We will continue to travel east to the Sonoran Desert. Giddyup cowboy!!