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Journey to the Center of the World!

Yuma is a produce Mecca!  Years ago peanuts were a big crop but since the 90s the peanut farms have gone from about 35 farms to just 4.  However, there’s a shop called The Peanut Patch that provides a small informational tour about peanut farming and we took advantage of that tour. The Peanut Patch … Continue reading »

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First Spa Treatment for the New Coach

We are set up at Fortuna de Oro RV Park in Yuma.  This park was recommended to us by Heartland friends, Mike & Edythe and has turned out to be a very nice park.  It’s HUGE with hundreds of sites, lots of activities, two pools, an onsite barber & beauty shop (which we took advantage … Continue reading »

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Quartzsite, Arizona

No…I have not been abducted by aliens, run over by a bus or quite blogging.  We were just SO busy during our time in Quartzsite we barely had time to breathe let along blog. Let me give you a quick ‘catch up’ and then we’ll continue as usual. We arrived in QZ (Quartzsite) on January … Continue reading »

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Bright Spot in the Middle of the Desert

Our time in Gila Bend went fast, too fast.  The park turned out to be a really nice KOA…and we’re not fans of KOA but we’d recommend this place.  The rates are reasonable (unlike many KOAs) plus when the owner found out Michael was retired military he gave us a discount.  Any other KOA we’ve … Continue reading »

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Plans Are Made to Be Changed…

Our original plan was to leave Deming on Wednesday but with the snow threat (that didn’t amount to anything) we stayed an extra day.  The ‘plan’ was to get a site at the FamCamp on Davis-Monthan Air Force Base for a couple of days.  However, when I called to see if they had any sites … Continue reading »

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Making It Our Own

PTB has been pretty quiet which was nice as it gave us time to get some chores done around the new coach.  Slowly the new coach is becoming home. We’ve done several organizational projects like adding office organization trays to the big drawer in the entertainment center which helped immensely with being able to find things … Continue reading »

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What a week!

On Friday 11/30 we hopped a Delta flight that took us to the freezing cold of Wisconsin so that we could stay with two of our grandchildren (Paityn and Cameron) while their parents flew off to the Dominican Republic to bask in the warmth.  See anything wrong with this picture??? Zack picked us up at … Continue reading »

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Historic Castroville, TX

We took the day on Saturday (11/24) to go and explore Castroville, which is about 25 miles east of Hondo. Our first stop was at the Steinbach Haus Visitors Center which is in a building that was originally built in Alsace, France in the 1600s.  The home was dismantled (its built with pegs) in 1988 … Continue reading »

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Peacocks and Turkey

There was an ice cream social at the community room on Sunday evening (a weekly event) and a friend we know from the oil field (Peggy) invited us to meet her there.  Since we’d never met in person, we thought it was a good excuse to go enjoy some ice cream. As ‘visitors’ we were … Continue reading »

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Fun Discovery!

Our first day in Hondo was spent running errands in San Antonio.  Michael had to have blood drawn at 8:00 am so we left shortly before 7:00 am but should have allotted more time as we didn’t end up arriving to the clinic until 8:15. From there it was time for breakfast so we headed … Continue reading »

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