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... We bought coffees to go from the store - the lady there told us she had been to Manchester but when we asked where, she said Liverpool. I guess when you ive in Arizona, 30 miles is nothing but if only she knew that the difference between those cities is measured in much more than miles!
The old vault mine trail was steep but gorgeous. The wind kept most birds hunkered down but we did spot a fabulous hepatic tanager tugging a huge bug out of a branch. A ...
... never seen just driving through on a main highway. We drove to Cochise's Stronghold, where he and the Apache tribe he led, held off the Army for 20 years! Standing in the solitude of the forest, its hard to imagine a war happened here. Next stop was Chiricahua National Monument in Wilcox, AZ. It was a lovely drive through forest and once at the top, we were able to see these huge rock ...
The Arizona State Parks system is pretty amazing. They have a great marketing plan and reservation system in addition to some beautiful parks. After you make an online reservation you not only get an email confirmation you also get a personalized email to welcome you!
We decided, on our last evening in Lake Havasu, to head for another Arizona park near Phoenix – Lost Dutchman – and it ended up being a very good decision. This park ...
We didn't drive far as the weather was overcast and what we saw on the tv showed snow in Austin Texas so why leave Arizona. Found Patagonia Lake State Park on the map and it sounded interesting so away we went. Amazing the difference in terrain around here - desert, then evergreen trees, wineries and so much more. Stan saw a road runner cross the road - I didn't see it. Nor ...
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After lunch, we visited Mission San Xavier del Bac, one of the many missions established by the Jesuits from Mexico. It's stark white exterior stands out against the desert landscape. Outside the church local folks offer navajo fry bread under occotillo ramadas, basically open air sheds made from sticks. We traveled back to the east to stay at Kartchner Caves State Park, it was pretty empty, we had a ...