Casitas at Sabino Springs
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Finally, starting the last day of driving. I couldn't be happier. I am so excited to be ending this road trip, but all in all, it has not been bad at all. There is something calming about being so independent, just a girl and her dog and the open road. It was enjoyable.
Starting out the last day was rough, we got up real (pronounced: rulllll) early and hit the highway. The trip was mapped ...
... to sit in the shade, listen to running and falling waters and even dip our feet into cool waters which released the heat of the desert that had become trapped in our hiking shoes.
Tohono Chul Gardens and Galleries was our next day trip. Tohono Chul means "desert corner" in the Tohono O'odham language. This is a 49-acre, non-profit desert preserve established to enrich people's lives by providing them the opportunity to find peace and inspiration in a place ...
... played western music… or maybe what really happened was they started what we know today as western music.
After struggling for a while… the 3 musicians finally got a break and were booked on a local LA radio show for a one night engagement to play their music… At the time… they ...
... offered their personal condolences about our family's loss---and their own. Joe and I later agreed it was wonderful to know more about our brother's adult life and so pleasing to hear how many lives he had touched. It seemed he was kind and helpful and generous and was loved and appreciated by many. It made us proud but a little sad that we ...
... there wasn't any empty seats and since they cancelled that flight and there were already no seats open on the rest of the flights, it didn't look good for us to get to Phoenix so we talked among us and we decided tor rent a car and drive to Phoenix and split the cost so that's what we did. It was about $35 each for 5 of us. One lady decided not to go. ...