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Jan 19, 2006 - Suni Sands RV Resort - Yuma, AZ

We arrived in Yuma in the early afternoon and booked into the Suni Sands RV Resort for a week. The people here are very friendly and the resort is small and cosy. It has a hot tub and pool and Internet access in the activity room. We can walk to the Wal-mart Supercentre for groceries and the resort is a great location to reach most everything in Yuma. We spent the rest of the day getting settled and doing some housework.

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Jan 13, 2006 - Finally, we have arrived at our destination of Yuma Arizona

After 1375 miles and 6 days, we are now in Yuma Arizona. The RV Resort we will be staying at is very nice. I will have some pictures in the near future of the place. Yuma is located in the southwest corner of Arizona, about 12 miles from California and Mexico. This is also big farm country, where we hear you can get fresh vegitables and citrus all year round. I think that there will be alot to do here. Usually about 200,000 to 300,000 RV'er come here in the winter. We have to say Hello to all of our girls. Hey Kelly, Kim, Melissa, and Melinda

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Jan 3, 2006 - Yuma, AZ - Fiberglass Repair Work

We drove the short drive to Yuma today to get some fiberglass repair done on the coach air dam. We stayed at a coast-to-coast RV park, Yuma Lakes Resort. We had difficulty getting our mail and the park pet rules and large speed bumps seemed excessive to us. Yuma is supposed to be an RV friendly town; but, we found it took an impossibly long time to get anything done. Every business was very crowded and staff few and far between. Perhaps, we'll come back another time and give it another chance. We did see more vegetables being grown here...

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Dec 15, 2005 - Yuma, AZ

Sad as we were about leaving Mexico, we decided to "stay the course" that we had planned ages ago to see Yuma, AZ. so this morning we pulled out of our home on the beach and made our way North West. We could have traveled through Mexico all the way to Yuma but chose to enter the US the same place we left it. The border crossing was very easy without any lines at all and we felt the extra miles we had to travel was worth the fast crossing and better roads on the US side. We arrived in Yuma about 4:00 this evening and found a nice site at Las...

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Nov 27, 2005 - Yuma, AZ

Nov 27, 28 - Yuma, AZ When you head east from San Diego you immediately start to climb until you reach a plateau with a number of summits, the highest of which was 4,200 feet. On the backside you drop down to sea level on the desert floor. You're also very close to Mexico. This was the last day of the Thanksgiving weekend and there were a huge number of RV's coming towards us, many with enclosed trailers. I had heard of an off-road sand dune area on the route we were traveling, but I never imaged the number of people that get involved. The...

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Jan 30, 2005 - Lake Havasu to Yuma

Rain again in the night, but at least the bike is stored this time. It is cool when I wake up in the morning. I prepare to leave after breakfast, putting everything away and then doing the disconnections. The sewer hose is a bit more manageable this time. People keep saying the desert has never been so green. It is also dotted with yellow and purple on this sunny day with clouds retreating towards the mountains. Straight down Highway 95 it is inevitable that I will pass through Quartzsite and while the actual passage is short, the...

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