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1450 Castle Dome Ave, Yuma, United States
2600 S. 4th Avenue, Yuma, United States
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1550 S Castle Dome Avenue, Yuma, United States
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9.4.2010 A nice young man named Jordan (12 years of age) came over to Des while he was loading our bikes and started to ask him some questions. He has a 250cc Honda himself and was very interested in the Beemers. He reminded me a lot of our own grandson ...
... . They have been full time RVing for 15 years. Wow!! We will do some shopping and touring about with them. Quite like this Yuma area. Less busy compared to Phoenix. Easy to get around. Wouldn't be too hard to spend the winter here. The temperatures are ...
Day 285 - The Rodeo is in town and Nick and I, for reasons unknown, both like the rodeo events, so off we went. It was a professional rodeo, so all the participants are there to win their events and take home the big money. There is bull riding, ...
This was a one day festival on the Saturday. We dry camped for two nights. Met some nice folks from California and two couples from BC. They are doing to bluegrass circuit too so we shall hook up with them at the next one later in February. Nice grassy ...
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Giss Parkway, 1 Prison Hill Road Yuma, Arizona, United States
Only remnants remain of this historic prison built in 1876, where you can see photographs of some of the prisoners who served time here over its 33 years of operation and get a feel for frontier justice.
201 N. 4th Avenue, Yuma, Arizona, United States
Once a major military supply point, this site contains the quartermaster depot and officers' quarters as well as restored historic buildings commemorating five centuries of transportation across the Colorado River.
100 North Second Avenue, Yuma, Arizona, United States
All aboard! Travel alongside the Colorado River on this 1922 diesel-powered train while listening to local folklore tales and the history of the region.
240 S. Madison Ave, Yuma, Arizona, United States
Surrounded by graceful gardens and aviaries, this regional museum features exhibits, photographs and other items related to Arizona's territorial period.