Comfort Inn Green Valley
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... s a lot of work yet to be done because the entire infrastructure needs to be restored....from building roads so they can get there to a water system to restoring/rebuilding homes. I'm not aware that their home was structurally damaged but do know that when they lost power they lost everything in the freezer. Without water, the house is essentially uninhabitable. They're fortunate in that they can live in their motor home, but FIMA ...
... urination. Oh well... she had a good last summer, in Oregon and here! She gave me so much over these 7 1/2 years. She was my hikin' buddy, in desert, mountains, seashore, snow. This week I found out how much I loved her, and I miss her more than I'd have thought I would. But she's not suffering anymore. Her favorite words were--"Gonna git you!" or "you go, girl!!" which would set her to running in circles and chasing Zuni or Breezy. ...
... because they would run away when you came into sight and keep on running until they were far away. It made things a but more challenging to get pictures of them. I loved seeing the saguaros, there were so many of them they kind of looked like people. I wanted to find one with a whole bunch of arms at the top and call it Medusa, but we didn't find one. The dying saguaros looked like bones which I thought ...
For those of you interested in a bit of the town's history, it was founded in 1879 it was one of the last wide-open frontier boomtowns in the American Old West.
From about 1877 to 1890, the town's mines produced USD $40 to $85
million in ...
... over the plane we were having a nice picnic when suddenly a massive thundercloud seemingly appeared out of nowhere behind us complete with crashing thunder and lightning. Pretty soon, the rock area next door to us was getting hit by lightning and we beat a hasty and slightly panicked retreat down the rock (these things are always easier on the way up than down) away from the storm and hurried back to the car just ahead of the rain and in time to go ...