Shady Dell RV Park
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And I don't mean with eye candy that I saw gorgeous men ... no no no .... not this time
The beach scenery in Sonora is just breath taking
Desert, mountains, blue ocean, virgin beaches, blue skies and a very bright and gorgeous sun makes your mouth drop open.
Not cheap I must say and not too easy to visit either if you don't have a car BUT the trip here is totally worth the while
Sonora is on the west coast so it has a ...
... knows the best way into Mexico, it'd be him.
By the time I got in, it was already growing dark. However, by the time I'd gotten my stuff outta the car and situated, Rob had steaks on the grill and a lit firepit. We spent 2 six-packs of Sierra Nevadas enjoying some fine grilling, catching up, and hearing about the antics one witnesses while guarding the Mexico-USA border....wow. My clothes were well infused with the ...
... about the land of my birth.
I really didn't know Vaughn. Yes, we technically knew each other, but I had no idea what to expect. I figured if he was somebody that I really didn't have much in common with, we would spend a few hours with him, thank him for his time, and go our own way. We ended up spending 12 hours with Vaughn and his wife Cathy. He took us on base, we met Cathy for a fantastic Vietnamese lunch, then we ...
We left the hotel and went into a local copper mine tour. We had to have hard hats and yellow jackets and then got a little train which took us 1,500 feet below ground. On our way back to the airport we went through Tombstone again and stopped off at Boothill Cemetery which had the graves of a lot of the wild west cowboys. Then it was the drive back up to Phoenix Skyport which we did in good time. Just the long plane flight home and the jet lag to look forward to but what a ...
This morning we started off by going to the OK Coral where we paid $6 each to watch a 30 minute 'Historama' narrated by Vincent Price. The Historama was part movie, part rotating diorama which was super cool (and although it’s probably in terrible bad taste we all had a giggle when the little Morgan Earp figure was shot and collapsed from the waist up onto a tiny pool table). After that we wandered through the museum and outside into the ...