El Presidio Inn Bed and Breakfast
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We spent a couple of days in Las
Cruces, NM, then on to Tucson, AZ. Wow,
was it hot! 105 to 108 degrees every
day. We did a lot of touring by
car: Saguaro National Park, Mt. Lemmon,
which is 9000 feet high and much cooler up there, and Tombstone. We walked along the wooden sidewalks in
Tombstone and managed to find a saloon to go in and cool off. ...
We left early from Deming to make our way towards Benson on I 10. By the way, if you look at a map, north of there you'll see a town called Truth or Consequences! Really.....how would you feel if someone asked you where you lived!! We hoped we would avoid some expected very high winds again. It was a bit scary at times and when we arrived at Butterfield RV Park, the wind became much stronger still. We drove to Tucson to the Pima Air ...
... Tribe and are most likely descendants of the prehistoric Hohokam Culture. Many O'odham that reside on the four land bases are Catholics, but are very aware of their "himdage" which means "way of life". Many traditions and beliefs of the O'odham elders continue to be handed down from one generation to another. The O'odham language is thriving. There are several different dialects and these dialects come from different parts of the ...
... in 1877, the road thirty years later. Then the dams, starting with Laguna in 1905, and pretty soon the Colorado River was not longer an obstacle. Nowadays, the river is no longer even a feature -- obscured completely by freeway and railroad bridges that push you into the lower part of the town and the desert before you realize what is happening. I went looking for the river and found a small water ...
... the furnace full blast, so to speak. With the fresh sunrise shining through Shorty's windshield, it took no time to make the coach comfy.
We decided to hike the trail to the Romero Pools. This hike was the most demanding that we'd ever undertaken. It's steep, 1500' elevation gain in two miles... The weather was perfect, however, with a few white marshmallow clouds to punctuate an otherwise blue sky. The trail, if you ...