Monthly Archives: December 2011

New Year’s Eve

We’ve had a beautiful December 31st. You couldn’t beat the weather for traveling, no wind and we needed neither a heater or air conditioning in the bus on the road. Leaving Yuma for Mohave Valley, we drove past the Yuma … Continue reading

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Leaving Yuma

Well, since we’re leaving Yuma tomorrow to get jake brakes added to Liberty, I thought it was time to talk about agriculture in Arizona. I know, I know. I thought Arizona was mostly desert, too, but if Yuma is not … Continue reading

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Christmas day

I always think it is appropriate when Christmas day, December 25, comes on Sunday. What better time to honor the gift of salvation we received than with Christian brothers and sisters, a little foretaste of heaven, maybe? I told LeRoy … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas 2011

We started the year in Kansas like many years before, But soon we started out again to see what was in store At Quartzsite, Arizona. We’d heard so many tales Of buses, bookstores and rallies, big tents and bigger sales. … Continue reading

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Unusual weather

In the past year, we’ve seen some unusual winter weather. Coming from Kansas where winter weather may include 70 degree days as well as below zero temperatures, we should have been prepared for non-typical Arizona weather. Last February in Huachuca … Continue reading

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Lazy

We haven’t done much of anything except go walking the past few days now. It has been cool and windy in the mornings (well, cool by Yuma standards) and we’re spoiled. We have met up with a couple of Eagle … Continue reading

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Not guilty!

After today’s visit to the Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park, I’m glad I didn’t have to stay! But this guy–what do you think? Isn’t that what they all say? This mirror is how the prison got both front and … Continue reading

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