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Here is some serious catch up on our travels … We have had a busy and stressful month … The end of February took us to San Diego with Jim's sister Kathy & Wayne. Our primary mission was the Bill O’Reilly Show! Bolder and Fresher Tour 2011-2014. While there we also took in Mission San …
... of interesting people with similar interests. Our main target was to photograph the Elegant Trogan which was an unusual visitor from Mexico who was nesting there, we did see him but unfortunately no photo. The highlight would definitely have to be the amazing Diamond-backed Rattlesnake we saw after a good tip-off we got at the visitor ...
... sandy/potholed track. Which at times had massive drops to one side and never a guard rail - just a drop. My god the scenery was amazing and whilst a massive effort in concentration and riding there were few hairy moments - the very sandy hairpin!, the fording of a small stream! and once or twice oncoming vehicles (with surprise etched across their faces upon seeing two Harleys!). Made it no problems, 20 ...
After Tuscon, we drove to the Chiracahua Mountains via Wilcox.
We visited the Chiracahua National Monument, then drove over the mountains and stayed in Portal, Arizona.In Portal we visited Arizona Sky Village ( http://www.arizonaskyvillage.com/ ) and the Chiricahua Desert ...
We spent the previous night in Willcox, AZ. I did not know it before but found out this was the birthplace of Rex Allen, the western guy. We had some comic books of his when I was a kid and I always wondered if I could be related. (For those who do not know, my maiden name is Allen.) So I had my picture taken in front of the statue they have erected in Willcox.
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- Pets allowed