El Presidio Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... animals were out and visible. The color of the desert floor here is amazing and almost totally yellow, due to the Palo Verde trees being in bloom. Several species of cactus are still in bloom and most interesting.
Most of the hummingbirds we saw were "Anna's," with their iridescent green head. One was a juvenile, just out of the nest and barely able to fly. We met several folks from out of the country and enjoyed visiting with them. This time ...
Fifteen years had brought changes. First of all the border crossing just west of El Paso was now a major 4 lane highway. Large warehouses and other storage facilities had been built. There was now an airport. And as we left the signs of commerce behind and headed out across the New Mexican desert, the road was far from deserted. There was a steady stream of black suv’s that most likely were unmarked border patrol cars, with a fewer number of white ...
... due to dangerous conditions. Listening to the radio we realized we were in the 20 mile radius that had been slammed with this freak storm. As we drove the snow got less and less and after 30minutes it had pretty much disappeared. Leave it to me and Chris to get hit with a snow storm in southern New Mexico. We drove all the way into Arizona to discover 20degreeC sunny weather awaiting us. How did that happen! The mountains on both sides of us were ...
... at Old Town Artisans in downtown
Tucson, a collection of shops of art and crafts with a courtyard and restaurant
in the middle. We found a unique
restaurant just down the road from the rv park called Hot Rod Café. It has floor to ceiling windows overlooking a
garage that works on old cars and hot rods.
You can sit and have lunch and watch them restoring cars.
Dan and i started out this morning to do a hike through the Sabino canyon. It is located within the Santa Catalina Ranger district. Outstanding scenery, steep rock cliffs covered with desert vegetation. You can either walk the 4 miles up to the end of the canyon or take a shuttle. We took the shuttle up which took approximately ...