Legacy Suites Casa Grande
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I think that he went out of his way to take us out the day beore he left. The water proved to be reasonably calm once we got to our destination about 40 miles out into the Sea of Cortez. We stopped about halfway out to fish for bait and managed to catch some small red snapper and bass. Once we reached the "shelf" where George has had great success in the past we dropped anchor and hooks. He could see the fish under us on the fish finder but ...
... these locations have provided, Copper and its smelters, Cement plants.
The most important thing about this area is that those who have come before us... decided to protect it for us... giving us the ability to see how our forefathers lived.
MONTEZUMA CASTLE National Monument Montezuma Castle National Monument (U.S. National Park Service)
On Friday the ...
The golf course had a hotel attached to it were the top roof looked like the brim of a ball cap. The parking lot was the shape of a ball glove. The pool looked like a ball bat and the jacuzzi was the baseball.
The course was on the hard side and a lot of hard packed desert sides though we did see John Wayne's house. And then we did what I like best, have a cold one at the lounge, western decor of ...
... lived… as both farmers and hunter gathers… and how they learned how to build canals to move water for irrigation for their crops…. How they lived… the tools we call art today that they made to store foods…. Woven baskets, pottery for food and water… all of it is preserved ...
... he makes a circle to the right often going out of sight then circles back around. He then makes another circle to the left. Sometime he goes on point and he not picky about which foot he uses to point … usually it is his front paw, occasionally he will use one of his hind paws! Funny Boy!
When the desert wakes up in the spring there are wonderful wildflowers … You can hear the desert bushes/trees by all the bees hard at work making ...