Fire Water Lodge
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- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
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... meters) and there is no one behind us, just a beautiful vista of the mountains. We set up and have some dinner. We take a walk around the park and see that all the sites are pretty well spaced with lots of room in between. The bathrooms and showers are nice and clean, which is a good thing since we don’t have any sewers here.
Today starts off as windy as yesterday. The campground host says that tomorrow should be better. We are up on top of ...
... and well worth the trip. Afterwards my skin just felt soo soft .We then ventured to the on site restaurant which was pretty empty and when we sat down the few people that where there left so it was a bit lacking in atmosphere ! The food was OK but I could have really done with a nice glass of wine to go with it so it was a bit of a shock to my system to have such a sober day .
... wild pigs so I stopped the truck and watched as they climbed the hill.After driving a few hours the road slowly flattened and I could go over 60 again. The mountains rolled into hills and flatter grasslands. I rolled into Truth or Consequences looking for gas on a whim. Had a late lunch since there are no places for food or gas in the mountains. I discovered that the town is a hot spring hot spot! Found a motel with a hot spring bath and spent the ...
... a little salt on it. Yum.
We also bought a chile Christmas wreath for our RV.
The Pecan Groves were being harvested also, however we couldn't find any unshelled pecans yet.
Short stop and now off west to our usual first stop in SW Tucson for laundry and house cleaning before we head over to Tucson Mountain park for a week of camping in the Sonoran desert.
... The environment shapes, pulls and pushes at the sands: people leave their footprints and marks and the wind wipes it away. The animals there have adapted to the all-white dunes and evolved to be able to exist in place that has little to eat and even less to drink. There is a small rodent that lives there that can live it’s entire life without ever drinking a drop of water. We drove through and then scrambled up the dunes – it was ...