The George Walker House
Travel Blogs from Portal
... and we provided the wines. Tomorrow Barbie and I will go to chair Zumba and the go food shopping.
We are having a wood carver make us a sign to hang from the RV when we are parked which should be ready Thursday. The replacement blind should be delivered on that day as well.
It is great to have no surprises or mishaps.
Wow! I know that deserts are supposed to have these hidden oases but, I've never felt more like I've encountered one until the Chiricahuas. You'd never know, just glancing up at these mountains what lies within. It's like a hidden paradise.
We met up with Cline and Kirsten at the Sunny Flats campground in the lovely oasis of the Chiricahua mountains. They were ...
The breakfast at Holliday inn express was pretty good and I had what I thought was a pankace which I poured syrup on but it turned out to be an omelet!!! ..now covered in syrup!!! lol.. Well, we set of east towards this ghost town called Steinso ghost town. It was the real thing! A genuine stone quary and train water supply town from the beginnig of the 1800. When they went from steam locomotives to diesel powered ones the need for water more or ...
April 25 - by Madison
Today we went to 2 national memorials. We went to Chiricahua National Monument first, and this was the first national site where we were limited because of our RV. We couldn't do anything because we were over 29 feet and you can’t drive in the park with an RV over 29 ft. On the way, we had another problem with the bikes. We ...
... base of Willcox, Arizona. The weather at the Monument was cooler than in town, but tolerable, due to the fact that Lynnie loaned me one of her jackets and she donned her winter parka. It was in the forties, so cold for her. She had suggested that I take my rain jacket with, but due to my superior ability at forecasting everything, I didn't. Imagine that, a guy who ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed