Sea of Cortez Beach Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The Arizona State Parks system is pretty amazing. They have a great marketing plan and reservation system in addition to some beautiful parks. After you make an online reservation you not only get an email confirmation you also get a personalized email to welcome you!
We decided, on our last evening in Lake Havasu, to head for another Arizona park near Phoenix – Lost Dutchman – and it ended up being a very good decision. This park ...
But I made it!!!
The ride back ended up being so much fun! Steep hills and the occasional headwind made it a challenge. For the most part it was fast downhill, hardly any traffic, and a sweet tailwind on some of the hills! We were able to have fun with it because we had lightened our load by leaving stuff with Brian since he was getting picked up by friends. Those ...
... mud mid calf. We walked up hill again around the lake to find a clear spot. We ended up using the boat ramp to wade around. It was so refreshing and soothing to our tired bodies. We came back to camp only to find a mess. Logan's food bag had been opened and his wallet was on the ground. Empty wrappers littered our campsite and many Epic meat bars were completely missing. We determined the culprit to be the crow that happened to be cackling and squawking while we were picking up ...
... people, and if you visit, you'll agree with us.
I had read about a restaurant in Nogales before we went. It was not cheap, and is probably the most expensive restaurant in Nogales. Entree costs were between 15 and 20 bucks.....not out of the norm for the U.S., but pretty pricey for Mexico. We asked a young girl on the corner for directions and she told us how to get to it. You had to walk across the train tracks. As we got ...
... what they could spot. My camera batteries went dead just at the end of the trail, so I didn't really miss any photo opportunities. The return hike was up the steep paved road. It's good to be in adequate condition to be able to negotiate such and recover well. A warning to you younger folks: STAY in shape. It's easier than GETTING back in shape. I know. Been there, still have the scars.