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... a huge area set aside for bird feeders and chairs and benches for you to sit and wait for the birds to come to you. The main attractions here were the hummingbirds, they were flocking around the sugar feeders and squabbling and fighting. It was amazing. Trying to tell one species from another was a bloomin' nightmare however, they all seemed to look the bloody same! We gave up after a while and decided to set off on the Old Vault Mine Trail at the top of ...
... first place. All in all, a fabulous place. So glad we made the effort.
Back in the car, we made our way to Madera Canyon via the beautifully scenic hwy 62 via Box Canyon. We arrived at the lovely Chuparosa Inn around 5pm, just in time for some fading light birdwatching. Chicken salad and Pinot Grigio for tea before falling asleep in the silence of the forest.
What a great ...
... barely passed on the whereabouts of the mine to his lady friend in Phoenix. After he died, she sold all that she owned and set out to find the gold, but alas, it was not to be, as she never found the gold and died broke. Folks still search today to find that vein of gold.
Not only that, but every night we were there we saw rock climbers repelling down the face of this awesome cliff – in the dark! Their headlamps were so bright that ...
... awareness and I'm paranoid as hell." - Bill to Laurie
U.S. Customs agent: "What was the purpose for your visit to Nogales?" Bill: "Just hanging out." Laurie- "Yeah, just checking it out". U.S. Customs agent: "Jesus. Don't you people read the news?"
Shop keeper to Laurie: "We have many nice things.....something you'll need!" Laurie: "No thank you." Shop keeper: You never know................. ( you had to ...
... a bout of vertigo and opted for a nap instead.) She found it to be entertaining and educational. There were over thirty people on the walk, I figure that there must have been thousands of pictures taken of those forty species of birds, that morning alone.
That evening as we sat at our campfire, I spotted a large bird fly into the top of a tree adjacent to the ...