Motel 6 Yuma - Oldtown
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... for their breakfasts. There is an untended field between our location and the cultivated plot just beyond. The Egret stands tall with neck erect until it spots something then slowly lowers its body and coils its neck into a striking position before the very quick catch. While the Egret was tearing up whatever tasty morsel it had caught, the coyote thought this would be a good time to sneak closer and closer to the bird. The Egret was well aware of the Coyote and simply launched into ...
... be beautiful, with lots of amenities and nice big, open RV spaces, and we did get the three nights free (regularly $42/ngt) with no strings attached, but we also were given coupons for $5 off in the restaurant and two complimentary drinks at the saloon! Can't beat that!
We arrived on Superbowl Sunday, just in time for the big party at ...
... implants and crowns. Seriously, google it if you have time and you will be surprised at the results. Los Algodones dentists. We also had a Mexican lunch and a Margherita while we were there. But we didn't care for the bombardment on the streets of begging and extremely competitive dental street marketing. So, that was our one south of the border trip! This post is the first since Death Valley and since we didn't just drop from the sky into the desert here, I'll briefly catch you ...
... by car, even the shortest distance, proved by the fact that we had to cross two roads, neither of which had pedestrian crossings on them. They weren't busy roads though so we managed without too much difficulty.
Famous Dave's was good, with friendly, chatty staff and lovely ribs. They even gave us a free bottle of BBQ sauce to take home with us!
Back to the hotel to decide what we're doing tomorrow and then to bed.
... of some kind off in the desert near the mountains.
Day 283 - We went to this place just over into California, called "The Center of the Earth" - A History of the World in Granite! Wasn't sure what this would be all about, but off we went with two other couples. This is the most amazing outdoor museum I have ever seen. We met the man who is behind this museum and he is the one doing the etching into the granite ...