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... stretched out at the base of the tree. Scaredy cat feeling – validated! We admire the rattlesnake, take pictures of course, and then move on our way again…this time with Marcus in the lead! The rest of our hike is uneventful (thank goodness). We leave the park with a sense of awe of the amazing cacti and a healthy respect for the desert and its inhabitants…especially the slithery kind. Overall, a great visit!
... are marvelous and made even more accessible thanks to the tram which takes you to the top of Mountain. Along the tram route there are 9 stops and you can get off and back on as your heart desires. We choose to go straight to the top and then walk down. This is truly a premier natural area showcasing some fantastic steep rock cliffs and foothills covered with unique desert vegetation all adjacent to riparian corridors. The flowing creeks provided us with the ...
At about the same time… a young lad who had written some poetry when he was in HS in Tucson AZ, by the name of Bob Nolan had moved to LA and was working as a life guard on a beach and ran across the ad in the paper.
Bob applied to the ad, and met with Leonard and 2 other gents to form a ...
Next came a slide show of photos, accompanied by music from Jim's Ipod play list. Joe spoke briefly and later Stan, Meghan and I, but many other people spoke of their connections with Jim. ...
... got cancelled so all those people they were either moving to the flight after that if they didn't have a tight connection or they were putting the passengers from the 9:30 flight on a bus and sending them to Phoenix that way. There were about 6 of us that were flying standby and they told us if there were any empty seats on the bus we could get on ...