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Travel Blogs from Gila Bend
We left Wellton on Tuesday 2/4/14 and made our way to Gila Bend for two nights with the goal of seeing the Sonoran Desert National Park. Boy did we, up close and personal.
Rusty found a trail called Table Top Mountain he wanted to hike. He didn't want to hike the desert floor, he wanted to get above it all and have a view of the ...
... are members. The rest of the people are the branch presidency and their families. They all live in Maricopa about 45 minutes from here. Everyone was friendly. One of the counselors gave us permission to camp behind the church. We hung out at the park then came over here to charge up all our gear, and there is a code lock on the outlet. We have slept at a lot of churches and have not seen that before. Must be an issue here. I wish I knew the code, I've tried guessing ...
... and bus loads of workers came in. They were all so friendly. Scott is getting to use his Spanish frequently. At one of the last rest stops for the day we met a retired migrant worker. He lives in Kingston, Arizona now, but is back visiting friends. He used to pick citrus here. The citrus fields he picked in are all gone, water taken away, trees died and now cut down. He said it was owned by Art Linkletter. ...
... hill where many RR aficionados observe the frequent trains.
The second cache was not far away, but required that we drive through two drainage tunnels under the mainline. It was only a short climb above the road. The return trip was just as interesting, going back through the two tunnels and traversing some narrow, ATV trails. Sooby just loves the outdoors and actually prefers it to sitting in the garage at home. It's ...
... deadman. I cleared away the trapped brush and Lynn scooted under. She held up the lower wire and I did the same, imparting a desert-hue to my left leg. It was a necessary thing to do if we didn't want to add extra miles to our journey.
We had lunch and then decided to drive about twenty-five miles west to the Painted Rock Petroglyph Site. This area was inhabited by indigenous folk up to 7500 years ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed