Spirit Tree Inn Bed and Breakfast
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It was quite windy as we left the house today - not great conditions for birdwatching but it is so gorgeous round here that just being outside is a pleasure.
First stop the grasslands at the bottom of the hill. Nothing much about as suspected in this weather just a couple of flycatchers braving the breeze. The lovely creekside nature trail was better and our favourite spot here was the black throated grey warbler. Nice.
Next was the Santa Rita Lodge where ...
... watch them descend the full length of the cliff. Not my idea of a good time. The park also has some great mountain bike trails which we did take full advantage of. The only scary thing along our ride was the proximity of thorny cactus to the edge of the trail. We did the easy stuff as my beach cruiser bike is not set up with knobby tires and my traction was just so-so, still we had a good time was had by all with no cactus interuptus. On day #2 at ...
Bill to shopkeeper: "How much for the Cohibas?" Shopkeeper: "For you my friend.....22 dollars." Bill: "Demasiado" (Too much). Shop keeper: "How much will you give me?" Bill: "seis". (six) Shop keeper slams shut cigar case looking insulted. Waits a minute, and says "twelve". Bill: "ten". Shopkeeper quite happily: "Okay my friend! Do you need a lighter?"
Song of the day- (This took no thought at all) Mexico- James Taylor
... my lantern on it, we were treated to a great horned owl sitting on top of the tree. Looking to our neighbor's campsite, we spotted its mate standing on the ground no more that thirty feet away. I shined the light right into it's eyes and no reaction, it just stared back at us. The two of them sat dead still for about five minutes before flying off into the dark. Beyond cool...
... the Kartchner family negotiated with the state of Arizona and in a very quiet transaction transferred management of the caverns to the state. Years of work transpired in order to create a safe environment, both for visitors and the caves themselves. We took both tours offered and learned a lot about the different "decorations" adorning the features, stalactites, stalagmites, ribbons, etc. Unfortunately, we were not allowed to ...