For the first time in days, the winds let up enough to fly, so I launched flight #93:
After breakfast, I took the kids for a bike ride. B had to repair her third flat since arriving here:
We rode our bikes out to the Obregon pit mine:
We passed this mining structure on the way back:
We hitched up, drove over to the border, and walked into Mexico to pick up Tricia’s glasses:
While waiting in line to return to the US, we saw two people climb the fence and enter the US illegally.
Continuing east, we crossed into Arizona:
As we were driving through Yuma, we saw an RV dealer with a selection of truck campers. We’ve talked about downsizing to a truck camper once the kids move out, but after looking at even the largest truck camper with two slides we decided they are still too small:
We also stopped for diesel and propane. During our grocery stop at Walmart, we saw this PPC fly by:
We continued on to overnight on abandoned land next to the Ak-Chin airport near Maricopa, Arizona, where I hope to fly for a couple days.
See the trip map for today’s drive and our current location.