Today we found some time to explore the Yuma Territorial Prison Museum just outside town. The history of the prison is quite interesting. Surrounded by the Colorado River, quicksand and desert on all sides, the prison opened in 1875 and operated for 33 years. It housed over 3,000 prisoners during that time, including 29 women. […]

We started 2018 moving south to Yuma, Arizona. First stop was in Mesquite, Nevada where we celebrated the New Year. Sitting on the border of Arizona, Mesquite was a little bit out of our way, but there were some homes we were interested in seeing, so we headed over and spent the weekend here. Desert […]

We’ve been back in the Sacramento area for two months as we renovated our house to get it ready for sale. It’s been a lot of work, but very worthwhile. The house is listed, and we had our first open house yesterday. Hoping for a quick sale to the right buyer so we can get […]