|Another lovely morning here in Yuma, AZ.|
|I-95 south from Yuma to San Luis, on the Mexican border.|
|The Mexico/USA border.|
|A major mode of transportation. Bicycles galore by the border.|
|The US steel fence to prevent Mexicans from crossing illegally into the USA.|
|The Yuma region is famous for its vegetable crops. The valley is very green with productive fields.|
|New crops growing with the US border fence in the background.|
|Just to the left of this photo, in our foothills area, lies the golf course we chose to play on Saturday.|
|We played Los Barrancas G. & C. C.|
We've noticed that, other than a few decent golf courses in this area, most courses are sub par. That is in sharp contrast to golf courses in the Phoenix, AZ and Palm Springs, CA regions. If the Yuma area golfing operators improved their golf courses, I would bet the golfing RVers would head to this region.
|Well known and well attended local restaurant.|
|The Imperial Dam diversion project.|
Thanks for dropping by.