We came back down here this time to get some more screens custom made for the MH. I'll post on that next week after we get the job done. Since we'd been here once already, we sort of knew our way around. Today we decided to get some errands done and scout out the town once again.
We want to go to church on Sunday, so we looked up a local United Methodist Church on Catalina and 4th Ave. As luck would have it, it also happens to be the location for a Weight Watcher meeting on Saturday morning at 8:00. I need to go to my meeting at least once in January, so it works out great. We drove over there just to make sure we could find it on Saturday morning since I have to be there so early. The sign on the wall of the church was interesting. Can't wait to get there on Sunday!
Is Tweedy Sombrero really the pastor's name? We'll find out.
Across the street from the church is one of the hundreds of water stations you will find in southern Arizona towns. We saw the first one in 2007 up in Casa Grande, between Phoenix and Tucson. They have such salty (yucky) water down here most folks visit these water stations to buy drinking water in large quantities.
We had to go over to the shopping center to find a place for haircuts. We found a Super Cuts and got that job done in quick order. They weren't busy. In the same center was a PetSmart and Annie needed some dog food. She would be getting mighty hungry in a few days if we didn't make that stop.
We took a drive over to the Yuma Lakes RV Resort, which is where we stayed last time in 2007. It was OK, but we like Pilot Knob better. Yuma Lakes is a Coast to Coast park but I had read something on the RVnet Forums about it also being a KOA now. We drove out there and, sure enough, a big old KOA sign was there. It is still a membership park but I guess with the bad economy they needed to bring in more business.