Cochise Stronghold, A Nature Retreat
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This place was really awesome. I hiked the 9.5 mile Big Loop, which combined a bunch of trails including the Heart of Rocks loop, where there are lots of neat named rock formations, and a little hike out to Inspiration Point, which has a great view. Oh, and on the way here from Tuscon I stopped at Kartchner Caverns State Park and did a guide tour of the Rotunda and Throne Room. Pictures aren't allowed, but it was pretty awesome down ...
... never seen just driving through on a main highway. We drove to Cochise's Stronghold, where he and the Apache tribe he led, held off the Army for 20 years! Standing in the solitude of the forest, its hard to imagine a war happened here. Next stop was Chiricahua National Monument in Wilcox, AZ. It was a lovely drive through forest and once at the top, we were able to see these huge rock ...
... the next morning...after serving us breakfast. Don't know how to repay her for her hospitality and the above-and-beyond-the-call grooming service, but hope to catch up with her when they end up back visiting in Iowa from whence she used to come! Thanks again and again, Lacie!
And now I come to where I said we are in the beginning--at an RV park in St. David. We're parked a few spaces away from Dick and Jean. As I ...
... I've ever stayed at....but more about it in a future post. We're gonna be here for 5 days or so, because there's so much to see.
Tomorrow, Fort Huachuca.......the place I was born.
Quote of the day-"Our nature lies in movement; complete calm is death.- Blaise Pascal
Song of the day- Rambling Man, The Allman Brothers
... and John's help. I gave Annie a manicure sitting beside the pool while the clothes washed. Her nails look nice despite being done in the dark. John and I shared a heart to heart conversation while waiting for the laundry to dry. At some point during the 554 miles traveled today I took off my glasses and watched the world go by in a blur. The scripture in I Corinthians 13:12 came to mind: For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; ...