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Old 02-11-2016, 05:04 PM   #51395
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More from Mexico.
1) Denise waving to y'all from the sunset from thye gulf of California.
2) Nudder Sunset shot
3) Kitchen all set up for me to cook supper.

BTW fresh fish is $3.00 a kilo.

Fresh home made baggets from guy across the way is 50 pesos. About a buck.
So I'm guessing Denise has a 3rd purse now for Mexican money?
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So I'm guessing Denise has a 3rd purse now for Mexican money?
You two could be twins.
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The reason for the trailer was because of the jeeps tires and drag of transfer case and diffs. Welder near by yes. Added the front no. It's all one pice. But it will have to wait fuel pump went out on the jeep today. So that is first.
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Marty! You didn't tell me you had a thriving business here in Yuma. From the look of the acres and acres of veggies in the fields, you must be having a really good crop this Attachment 118832year. We'll be by tomorrow to take the Farm Tour. Is 10:30 a good time for you?
LOL... Sure! Take pics for me! Never been there yet, but it's on my list now!
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The reason for the trailer was because of the jeeps tires and drag of transfer case and diffs. Welder near by yes. Added the front no. It's all one pice. But it will have to wait fuel pump went out on the jeep today. So that is first.
Arrgh! Arrgh! and Argh! That was the mechanical stuffs ohmms genny firing up!
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For this contemplating visiting Las Cruces, NM, we found a nice Mexican restaurant near Hacienda RV Resort called Cha Chi's, just shy of 3 miles. Good food, good prices. Address is: 2460 S Locust St, Las Cruces, NM.

ALSO, Just down the road from Hacienda RV Resort is Historic Mesilla and if you drive the main drag from the RV resort, just down on the left hand side is Ristramnn Chili Co. All kinds of chili, dried and powder form, mild or hot. We also were looking for the Hatch Chili as was provided at the GC in Tucson but we were not having any luck until I asked at Ristramnn (Spelling is correct). He had frozen mild and hot so now we have some to take home for the grill.

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Mrs Malones cousin Josephina lives here in Islandie Marina.
She no comprende the Anglo chatter so Carol acted as translator.
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If anyone is wanting to boondock near Yuma, I just found out the folks next to me are leaving in the morning. We have HUMONGOUS trees shading us and somewhere behind us is an irrigation canal. We are far from the road on a large level site and it's very quiet. It's BLM land right behind the VFW mile marker 36 on US 95. If you want it, speak up PDQ so I can save the space for you. Do you think that's enough letters for alphabet soup?
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For this contemplating visiting Las Cruces, NM, we found a nice Mexican restaurant near Hacienda RV Resort called Cha Chi's, just shy of 3 miles. Good food, good prices. Address is: 2460 S Locust St, Las Cruces, NM.

ALSO, Just down the road from Hacienda RV Resort is Historic Mesilla and if you drive the main drag from the RV resort, just down on the left hand side is Ristramnn Chili Co. All kinds of chili, dried and powder form, mild or hot. We also were looking for the Hatch Chili as was provided at the GC in Tucson but we were not having any luck until I asked at Ristramnn (Spelling is correct). He had frozen mild and hot so now we have some to take home for the grill.

Happy trails.
It's a good thing you restrict your flatulence to an electronic device because if you were to go the normal route you'd blow off more than just your shorts.

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It's a good thing you restrict your flatulence to an electronic device because if you were to go the normal route you'd blow off more than just your shorts.

Poor Earlene.
Poor Earlene! You really don't know, do you?
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So today we had a very large lunch. We were sitting here contemplating water or other liquid for supper when guess who showed up - hungry. Barry and Pat are here at Hacienda RV Resort. Well, they were not the only ones hungry as they showed up when Miya was looking at the clock saying, "It's five o'clock, feed me." We did chat for a while and we mentioned we had donuts. Barry then invited himself back for breakfast and that is fine with us.

Just more great Mutants. We invited them to come down and enjoy some humidity along the Texas Gulf Coast. Humidity here today was 1%. My system doesn't like that at all.

Hope they can join us in San Antonio.
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More from Mexico.
1) Denise waving to y'all from the sunset from thye gulf of California.
2) Nudder Sunset shot
3) Kitchen all set up for me to cook supper.

BTW fresh fish is $3.00 a kilo.

Fresh home made baggets from guy across the way is 50 pesos. About a buck.
Wow! That looks great! Deb & I want to spend a while there next winter. If you can do a map with your route. How long are you spending there?
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So today we had a very large lunch. We were sitting here contemplating water or other liquid for supper when guess who showed up - hungry. Barry and Pat are here at Hacienda RV Resort. Well, they were not the only ones hungry as they showed up when Miya was looking at the clock saying, "It's five o'clock, feed me." We did chat for a while and we mentioned we had donuts. Barry then invited himself back for breakfast and that is fine with us.

Just more great Mutants. We invited them to come down and enjoy some humidity along the Texas Gulf Coast. Humidity here today was 1%. My system doesn't like that at all.

Hope they can join us in San Antonio.
So they went the other way... thought they were coming to Yuma.
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