Pat followed me over to this RV storage place. It's close to our park. they charge $20 a month to park here. There is a high fence all around, and, at 5 PM when they close a couple over very big and hungry dogs patrol all night. they have never had a problem with any of the RV being broken into.
Getting the bikes ready to ride and a couple to sell. Sorry Jim, I'll get the bicycles off your house tomorrow :-)
Ex-neighbor Redd has moved into the old historic Apache Hotel that is owned by his ex-wife. It's working out good for them, and he's done an amazing amount of work outside.
He move all his antiques from Jim and Katie's place over to this location in Old Town. It's really coming along nicely.
Fire pit. Redd want's to have a vroc party here this winter if we get some Winter visitors.
He surprised me with my own bench to sit by the fire :-)
Redd showing Pat and I around
Starting to look like sort of a park around the old hotel.
Aligators and mermaids in the bath tub
The 1500 A (Cat bike) is all charged up, cleaned up, and ready to take out to the park and sell. I've ran out of room, and the management in the park has been sort of hinting that I've taking up too much room with "stuff". All's well, they are really good people.
Close to the Marine Air Base, this will be a good location. Also, it's on the route from the Foothills to town. Hundreds of Snowbirds drive by here every day. Hopefully the bike will sell fast.
Back at Redd's.
Frogs at play
The old Greyhound Station in the Hotel Del Sol. An old landmarl. Restaurant, Nightclub, Taven, Hotel and Bus Depot. Several movies have been made in and around this building. Only a block away from the Hotel Apache.
It was a large Hotel in it's day. Right next to the Railroad Station, that has been torn down. Used to be right in the middle of the Red Light district of Yuma
Back at the house. It's in the mid 80's, but I'm wearing the coat because it was part of "the deal". That's Redd's new TW200, and behind me is the 2009 Sportster 1200 Custom Low, Limited Edition. That's Jim and Katie's house in the background.
There it is..Needs some personal touches and adjustments, and it will be the "Arizona Harley"