Cochise Stronghold, A Nature Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... landscape with an ocassional patch of grass. They tell us that monsoon season will be coming and the dry riverbeds will be filled....
Our RV location was high on a plateau and overlooked a mountain range in the distance. The view was once again, spectacular. Of course, Captain Clare had to get pictures of ...
... the pictures.
Today we are having a slow day at the park. We walk around, read a book, and do some knitting. This is the long holiday (Memorial Day) weekend for the Americans. The park is filling up and according to our camp hosts the park is book full for the weekend. Good for them to see so many out and enjoying their parks.
Tomorrow we leave for the north of Arizona. We are heading to Winslow, Arizona, so everyone get out your old Eagles ...
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... point. Either way, it was cool to stomp around the base and take a look at the really cool old housing, which is still in use as housing and the perfectly manicured cemetery that held soldiers spanning all of the wars and the random javelina meandering through the bustle of the base. Scary looking wild boar/dog looking thing.
We ventured on to Coronado National Memorial which boarders MX. ...
... 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; ...