Whisper's Ranch Bed & Breakfast

Address: 1490 HWY 83, Tucson, Arizona, 85611, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Ward 1 area of Tucson, is near Sentinel Peak, San Xavier Plaza, El Tiradito Shrine, and Coronado National Forest.
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Travel Blogs from Tucson

It's A BIG Country Out There!

A travel blog entry by travelducks on Mar 07, 2015

4 comments, 16 photos

... Right at the moment, it sounds nice to just be plopped down into a warm place for a month or more rather than spending so much time getting there and getting home again.

We hope everyone has done okay this winter and wish you all the best for the spring, which, they say, really will arrive in Cleveland sometime soon.

Diane and Susan
AKA Travelducks



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Left California - Yuma & Tucson, AZ

A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy on Oct 06, 2014

5 comments, 30 photos

... than the US. I will say that we both were very disappointed with Yuma. It was nothing what we expected and definitely not a place where I would consider staying for any length of time.

10/3/14 - Glad to be leaving Yuma. We left early because we had a good ride to Tucson. Border Patrol everywhere...not only in vehicles, but also in the air. Just didn't realize how close we are to the Mexican border. We are seeing ...

Exploring the Saguaro Forest

A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Mar 05, 2014

2 comments, 23 photos

... They may soak up as much as 200 gallons of water which will last the plant one year of no rain.

3. Saguaros live approximately 200 years. The first "babies" which appear as little round balls (then arms) don't appear until 75-100 years.

4. These cactus are slow growers. In the 1st year the plant may be 1/4 inch tall. In 15 years the plant may reach 12" in height. At 30 years they begin to flower and produce fruit. By ...

Together again...

A travel blog entry by kingcotti on Feb 24, 2014

6 comments

Well, at least we were. After I got back from 2 weeks in Peoria and before I came out to this campground in Tucson Mountain Park to meet up with (brother/sister-in-law) Dick and Jean.

Now, however, I digress. While in Peoria I watched the Olympics, picked (ripe orange-colored!) limes, gathered up fallen pecans, picked oranges & grapefruit. Read some books, cooked some, stared into space some, watched some of Merrily's favorite ...

Tucson, Solvang and Giving Thanks.

A travel blog entry by rosethexton on Nov 21, 2013

2 comments, 101 photos

... out of town for a bachelor party that night so it was girl's night for us! The next day Kiri made pumpkin bread, starting what is sure to be a lifelong addiction for me. It's like banana bread but a million times better. That afternoon we went for a walk into town so she could show me around their little town, which I've got to say is gorgeous! We went for a drive down to Santa Barbara to check it out, but the wee one got a bit fussy so we just drove around for a while ...