I was surprised to read 91,000 people live in Yuma. When we went through there 20 years ago, it must have been 110 in the shade. The Dairy Queen worker handed us an ice cream cone that was dripping down her arm. Just can’t imagine so many people putting up with that heat.
While in the rental car, the metal seat belt latch branded my arm.
How those folks deal with it is a mystery to me.
In the winter the population swells to closer to 200,000 when the snowbirds arrive.