El Presidio Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... spot. I think I will go back someday and paddle more of that creek and Crane Lake. The lakes up there were all somewhat low due to the drought.
As you'll see from the photos, I got out on lakes several more times, and of course took the dogs for many hikes along Gray Creek and N Fork trails. BTW, don't miss the videos--they don't come up in the slideshow. I tried to keep them short and ...
... and dubious. Reviews warn you never to judge a book by its cover. This is usually good advice. However, after many, many Mexican meals we begin to take note of the fact that there are few vegetables in this cuisine and the monotonous diet of corn, beans, cheese, flour, beans, cheese, meat, cheese, meat begins to take its toll. Sprinkle hot salsa over it all each day and now I am just dying for a great salad!
As we begin to pack our bags for our ...
... role is to serve as liaison between the musicians and the conductor. Therefore, he must balance his technical duties as a top musician with his leadership role as liaison. The concertmaster must have years of experience and elite technical abilities on the violin to become first chair. He plays most of the ...
... mind. Mikey, we were told, is a rescue dog who was Jim's project that Donna has now inherited. His reputation was "bad boy" but he seemed to be on his best behavior with the family.
Pizza finally arrived, ...
... poke you… so it is not necessary to have a sign: ‘ Do not disturb nature’ – since everyone only goes in there ones and then is cured J.
Brown Mountain: when you walk it up, you have one incredible 360 degree view: and part of it is the endless valley full of Saguaro Cactus (and all the others too)… and not to forget the mountains behind the valleys ...