|Clean and green reflects the properties in this newer area of the Yuma Foothills.|
|Blooming colours abound....|
|Florida is not the only State to boast a population of alligators.....Check out this crock in the rocks!|
I'll let the following photos tell the story about this beautiful development.
|Beautiful and gated property...with an RV spot too|
|That is true, green grass.|
|This particular walking trail is in one of the numerous washes that dot this area.|
|The area is book-ended by three golf courses; a Par 3 course and a regular length 9 hole course to the south, and Las Barrancas - an 18 hole full length course to the north.|
|This property includes a casita with two RV spots - one on each side.|
|Pride of home ownership is what makes this area so green.|
|A true Arizona touch with exterior decor. It's not tacky!|
|Another property with two RV site divided by a casita.|
|This mailbox - an many that dot the landscape - were likely painted by the talented Mexican artists in Algodones.|
|Taken along the 9 hole, full length course on the south end of Yuma Foothills.|
|Flowers in bloom.|
|Coyote Wash GC - 15 minutes east from here - in Welton, AZ.|
|Lining up at the first Tee.|
We came out of the farm country, on Highway 95, and headed back to Yuma, then to my brother and sister in law's place for a mid afternoon visit. They, along with several other friends, will be coming to our site this mid-afternoon, where Jeanette and I will host an outdoor RV style barbecue. More on that in a later blog.
Before we prepare to host the Sunday burgers, we'll head off with a small group of motorcyclists who invited us to join them for a Sunday ride and brunch, taking us over the eastern hills and into some country we likely have not ridden in before. We look forward to that. Speaking of riding, I had better post this soon so that Jeanette and I can ready for the ride.
Happy Sunday to all.
Thanks for dropping by.