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I like Yuma, but I also move around the State as much as possible. If I had to stay in one area I would pick Yuma.


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Hey Hottubkid

Could you please give us a little bit more info on those 31 sinning groups? Inquiring minds want to know


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Yuma is warmer but the drinking water is terrible. Better in Casa Grande.


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We have stayed in both and prefer Yuma. There is not enough time in the day to do every thing there is to do here in Yuma. With over 100,000 snowbirds here I am glad that not every one likes Yuma like we do


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dbbls wrote:

Yuma is warmer but the drinking water is terrible. Better in Casa Grande.


You can buy water 50cents for 5 gallons

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31 is a card game and the singing groups were people that camped at the park and/or around the area. Sorry I still haven't learned to write and spell english. It's only been 67 years by the time I hit 90 maybe I will learn to write and spell But, I believe the park makes a big differance. Here everyone is friendly and willing to get togeather to do things or tell others what is going on in the area. And if you google things to do in Yuma there are many pages on what is happing or going to happen in the area. I believe some people just don't try things.Thinking about driving out for date milk shakes tomorrow and maybe the proving grounds and the dam



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Hey Hottubkid

Could you please give us a little bit more info on those 31 sinning groups? Inquiring minds want to know



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hottubkid wrote:

31 is a card game and the singing groups were people that camped at the park and/or around the area. Sorry I still haven't learned to write and spell english. It's only been 67 years by the time I hit 90 maybe I will learn to write and spell



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Hey Hottubkid

Could you please give us a little bit more info on those 31 sinning groups? Inquiring minds want to know


Darn...we were in Quartzsite and they had the big booth set up for the clothing optional RV parks.....thought maybe he got involved with one of those........Dennis


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albertsons is selling it when you fill your own bottle for 15 cents a gal or five for seventy-five cents


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dbbls wrote:

Yuma is warmer but the drinking water is terrible. Better in Casa Grande.


You can buy water 50cents for 5 gallons


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Dennis we drove up to Q but thought you stayed their. Are you comming down to Yuma?????



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hottubkid wrote:

31 is a card game and the singing groups were people that camped at the park and/or around the area. Sorry I still haven't learned to write and spell english. It's only been 67 years by the time I hit 90 maybe I will learn to write and spell



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Hey Hottubkid

Could you please give us a little bit more info on those 31 sinning groups? Inquiring minds want to know


Darn...we were in Quartzsite and they had the big booth set up for the clothing optional RV parks.....thought maybe he got involved with one of those........Dennis


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The warmer temperatures at Yuma make it better, including nearby Mexico. We will try to go there in April.


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