Posted by: notsofancynancy | June 5, 2013

Weekly Photo Challenge: The Sign Says #3

Yuma Territorial Prison

Yuma Territorial Prison

At five foot this doorway at the Yuma Territorial Prison is a “Low Exit.”


  1. No excuses then!

  2. Judging from the surroundings, environment and mindset of the era, “Caution: No Exit” would have been more appropriate, methinks.

  3. Other than the MCAS Yuma Officers’ Club and the occasional brush fire, I suspect that is one of the more interesting sights in Yuma.

    • ah hahaha that is for sure! Not much there except history! Good thing I love history!

      • I was there exactly 24 hours once. I was driving around after having been in all 6 stores in the mall, saw a column of smoke and drove toward it. So did everyone else in Yuma, since it was the only thing going on. If I was on the ball, I could have gotten closer by offering to carry the TV reporter’s camera, but I wasn’t thinking and she walked on by….

      • Drats a chance to be on TV foiled? We were there for about 4 hours. Went to the prison then toured the historic district, had lunch and headed back to Quartzsite. 4 hours was enough! lol

  4. Don’t let the door hit in the butt on the way out! Gads, even I’d have to duck.

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