Yuma Prison, Arizona Marketplace & Farming

I hurt my back so in Yuma I made a chiropractor appointment with Dr Montero. He told me to take it easy for awhile. I use a step stool to get into the jeep now. 🙂 It works!

The weather is windy but nice in Yuma. The pool is heated at Yuma Lakes RV Park. 🙂 The site spacing is good for an RV Park. The FMCA Lewis & Clark Thousand Trails chapter came over to say “Hi” They are so friendly. I’m looking forward to seeing more of them in Oregon & Washington this Summer/Fall. We have a picnic table, friendly campers & things to do in Yuma.

Yuma Territorial Prison 

There is a prison cemetery, view deck, guard tower, sally port, museum, cell block & gift shop. In the museum exhibit, some of the women stories are scary. They’re too gross to repeat.

Arizona Marketplace

The Arizona marketplace reminded me of the swap meets outside the big tent in Quartzsite. The marketplace had socks, shirts, rv stuff, books, avon, food, veggies, games & much more.

The farms near Yuma Lakes RV Park were fun to watch. The guys picked lettuce & broccoli while we were driving by. It was interesting to see. The veggies looked so good. I’m inspired to buy a new steamer from amazon.


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Happy RVing!


6 thoughts on “Yuma Prison, Arizona Marketplace & Farming

  1. I made a solo trip to Yuma about 3 years ago, flew in and rented a car, so that I could get dental work done in Los Algedones. I went to the prison but didn’t pay the fee to go inside. I also went to the marketplace. It was pretty empty when I was there is April but I did find some colorful t-shirts. I’m looking forward to another visit there, but this time with Ron 🙂

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