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From there we went to the Casa Grande Monument built over a thousand years ago, and discovered by the Spaniards who came over here, uninvited, to intrude on sacred sites like this. They're the ones that named it Casa Grande ("The Big House") for you linguistically impaired. Anyway, you've got to give it to these people, who built a four story house, out of mud, ...
... off running to the concrete vestibule of the Church entry.
Bikes were still getting soaked with packs on board.
Chris hands me the 'now found' keys and while she holds one of the sprinkler heads I feel in the dark for the padlock. And, because this is the maiden voyage for the padlock, I can't find where the key inserts. Sprinkler systems don't care if you're having difficulties...
Finally, the lock's undone, and we're racing through the sprinkler ...
... don't-ever-come-here-again, and that's one way---but we learned something.
Globe is the center of the copper world--so they say (the #1 producer for Arizona, anyway).
After we left the canyon we came to a string of decrepit mining towns put together from garage sale left-overs.
The towns were pretty yukky but the mines were Impressive---capitol I. You could fit whole countries in those holes.
I googled copper prices and ...
Well, this is my first post on the travel blog. I hope to have many years of travel and hundreds of posts to this site in the future. I guess if this was fifteen years ago I would be carrying around a notebook and some pens for my travel journal.
In a little over two weeks I start my great adventure with a very unique group of people. We are known as the AYCJers. For thirty days we can travel anywhere ...
This is getting a little stupid. I realize we are in the southwest and it is June but over a week of temperatures over 110*F is starting to wear on our nerves. There is a really great Desert Botanical Garden here in Phoenix so we decided to get up early to walk around. At 8 am it was already 100 degrees! We still enjoyed the gardens but the ...