|Loading up on the street.....|
|Leaving the Yuma Foothills|
|It was a nice day but the clouds were prevalent.|
|The All American Canal that diverts Colorado River water to thirsty southern California vegetable and fruit farms.|
|Weekenders enjoying the Imperial Sand Dunes.|
A blog we wrote in early December, 2014, coloured an impromptu meeting with motorcyclists in a Yuma RV park. We were invited to join the group for a regular Sunday ride. While seated at a restaurant in Martinez Lake, some of the folks recognized Jeanette. WOW! As it turned out, the two motorcyclists - photo below - rode the very same school bus Jeanette rode when attending school in central Alberta, more than 40 years back. Imagine that!
|Two brothers - Roger, left and James, right rode the same school bus as Jeanette when they were kids.|
|Interesting sky near Calexico, CA.|
|Ominous clouds ....but no rain......!|
|Rolling back to Yuma, late Saturday afternoon.|
|We found their RV spot in mere minutes.|
|A few days from now, Alice and Randy will be rolling further east, into Gold Canyon, where they plan to meet up with Fritz & Bonnie and Dave & Lavonne. We featured both couples in previous blogs.|
|The Yuma Foothills area on Saturday evening.|
|Dillon Road - heading west to Desert Hot Springs.|
|Ah....yes.....back to a familiar resort we really enjoy.|
|Unhitched and moving the truck to its rightful parking space.|
Jeanette offered up a fantastic dinner that we enjoyed long past the setting sun, on a warm and pleasant evening, sitting outdoors. Our decision to sit outdoors was quickly determined when the Seattle Seahawks threw that memorable (and not in a nice way) interception to easily hand the Super Bowl trophy to the New England Patriots. Enough said about that gaff!
|Enjoying a wonderfully warm and pleasant early evening.|
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