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Travel Blogs from Cave Creek
... awesome.. as we rode along the trail he told stories of how the native apache indians were driven out of the area by the white man to towns many miles away with totally different landscapes and therefore very few knew how to survive alone in the new surroundings, so had to become dependant on the state making their culture eventually disappear altogether so so sad..and we are only talking less than 100 years ago..!!.. seeing it and hearing it first hand was ...
... 9 pm, I went grocery shopping. It is only 90 degrees now! Was weird, there were only about 4 people in the store. Nice way to shop. Red is fixing my flat tire, taking a long time cause it is just to hot to be outside! We found a miss-spelled word in the book tonight-actually the name of a store and hope no one else notices--you would have to live in Boston to catch the error!
May 16th- Wednesday-Up to the phone ringing and it was my doctor reminding me ...
... why not? Well now I can tell you why. It's about four miles of steady, albeit smooth, climbing and, I swear, only a mile downhill back to the parking lot. I felt like the big bad wolf, what with all of my huffin' and puffin'. I drank lots of water and survived, feeling that I had accomplished something worthwhile in the exercise department. I also had the pleasure of seeing the Saguaro in bloom for my ...
... warm last night but I slept well, arising at about five. With the moon in a disadvantageous position, the sunrise wasn't spectacular. I say this without having left the coach to check. Intuition, I guess.
Since I was up and about so early, I got out hiking by six-forty-five. I wanted to do the Overton and part of the Go John trail before it got too hot. It was a good hike. I saw few hikers ...
... him, but I did and sent him on his way. He watched for awhile from a distance and then disappeared into the brush.
The birds are very competitive for the food. I saw curve-bill thrashere, canyon towhees, doves, cactus wrens and even several Gambel quail vying for the seeds. Fun to watch! Oh, and an occasional house finch stopped by.
It got into the low nineties today, so I mostly hung out in house. The awning helped with the sun, but ...
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