The George Walker House
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Was a long day, we drove all the way from Las Vegas with only two stops. To fill up the tank, it costed another $43.87. We will be spending the night here, and sleeping in the car. Which will save us money, because we are not getting a hotel. We found an interesting BBQ restaurant called "Jimmy's BBQ." Though it was very delicious, it costed a lot of money. It cost us $53 for us all to eat, however I would definitely recommend ...
Great to be back in Portal, it's much greener this time of year which made it even more beautiful than we remembered! Met up with our friends we met here last time in May, Ron & Janet, which just happened to be there when we were. We had a great time birding and herping, finally got a good ...
... 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 ...
... and to be fair, usually ****! Anyway chatting to the owner we saw that there was a road straight through the park almost going direct to Tombstone, rather than dropping back to the 80 and heading via Douglas. So some 60 to 80 odd miles shorter! But we weren't sure it was "metalled" so asked. The owner says; "yes, well it is not metalled but you'll be alright it's not sand and fairly robust surface", mmm, ...
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 ...