Vistoso Resort and Golf Casitas
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So I have always had a love/hate feeling for Arizona to be honest. I lived in Tucson in the 80's for about 4 years when I was first married to my kids Father. We had moved away from my family in Florida to live in this land of no water, as in no beaches/lakes/rivers, no "real" trees, no grass, and many crawly and rattling things that could put a hurting on a person. I’ve often described myself as “not a desert person”. ...
... time you could do on your own and you had to have eye contact with someone (that’s called privacy)
Beyond the fire I hit more mountainous terrain. The wind was formidable and on some bridges over canyons it felt like I was going to be blown over. The mountains ended and I found myself in low, flat, sandy desert. It was really windy . . . Surprise! The sand was blowing some too . . . Even with my face shield closed I could ...
... and minerals. George loved the exhibit showing a variety of live rattlesnakes.
One of the most interesting exhibits was the Hummingbird sections. You could see Hummingbirds right in front of you almost looking you in the eyes. We saw a number of nests with eggs and we even saw a nest with babies in it and the mother was feeding them. Linda Dandrow would have loved this exhibit!
We spent most of the afternoon there before we ...
... Maynard kept turning up all around Tucson. He has a market that's across the street from the Hotel Congress (Maynard's), three other wineries, a documentary about the fact that he has wineries and the street that has a sweet rattle snake bridge is named Toole Ave. Nicole tells me that Toole ave is unrelated, however there's not been any evidence to the contrary.
Oh that sweet rattle snake bridge? It's sweet. See pictures.