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... and we've made acquaintances that we will have for years to come.
Our days in Mexico were very lazy with many hours sitting by the sea wall and enjoying happy hour that started whenever you felt like it as well as many rounds of golf at the local courses. Liz's golf game has improved as has her endurance to handle 18 holes rather than her usual 9. Her chipping has a marked improvement.
We started to head back north with our ...
... wild game, berries... to influence the natives in the area... As these people lived in the area they learned to farm... and they grew, corn, beans, squash, and cotton using techniques like canals, for irrigation... they built distinct red-on-buff pottery, they built ball courts, one room pit houses... and finally built homes and meeting areas on the side of the mountain ...
... looked good though so we got a table for two. Antwan was to be our waiter, his badge helpfully informed us that he was 5 foot 19 inches tall!! Jayne had cheese grits as one of her sides, a slightly strange dish that was a bit like a savoury rice pudding! A quick bit of shopping before heading back to the hotel to relax before bed time.
Heading towards Yuma, via the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument tomorrow so hopefully a slightly more interesting day!
Remember that Indian music has been around all these years…. And yet it was mostly chants, and music for dancing for most of those years.. its only been in the last say 200 years that those musicians have put words & lyric's to these sounds… of course the chants and dances ...
... cos Im not that good with regions of USA). Anyhow this guy had worked in Perth for 5 years. Had planned on going to national park at Sedona but no point so kept driving. We carried on into Southern Arizona and to Linda and Colin's. The photos tell the story. Had a lovely local genuine Mexican ...