Spur Cross Bed & Breakfast Inn
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... things ready before we hitch up again. Sometimes they are my favorite days because we move at a slower pace and try to give each other some alone time even if it’s just walking around the park. So I spent the day cleaning out the RV and then cleaning it a few more times after the kids tore it apart. Corey worked on repairs including taking apart the toilet so that it now holds water and fixing the shower drain that was leaking into the storage area. It felt ...
... the RV for zillionth time during the day so we'd be ready to pull out early in the morning on Friday, 2/28 to head over to West World in Scottsdale to meet up with Lacie at the dog show. We've found that "early" has a broad definition when traveling. As we were leaving, we stopped for a short chat with a woman and her mother who had slept in a tent near us. "Short" turned out to be as fluid ...
... rodeo are tomorrow but it may be tooooo cold for attending either. And if so we may just head straight to the Elks! February 23, 2013 -Saturday- We hung around the house till about 5:30. Phil did do his bike ride today though. Dressed and headed to Apache Junction to the Dutchman Days. We were too late for the parade and the rodeo but spent time just walking around the carnival area and the sellers area - not bad for a small western town. Leaving there we headed to the Elks for ...
... Penny, for me, Tank, for Robin, and I cannot remember Mark and Svietas.. we soon set off with bottled waters in the saddle bags and It was not long until we spotted a wild coyote and a jack rabbit, whose huge long ears were hard to miss..definately a cross between a rabbit and a hare..we also saw birds of prey and plenty of cacti..
Our guide was wearing the compulsory cowboy outfit with tassles , real silver spurs on his boots and a leather ...
... up the Clay Mine Trail to reach it and decided that was NOT a good choice. The first portion is fine, but as I rode along, it got rocky and rough. There's a flattened Brittle Bush that can attest to that. No harm though...
The Slate Trail is an easy one, with smooth going and lots of ups and downs. I had noticed the Quartz Trail on the map. It's only 1.4 miles long, so when I found it on the way, ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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