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... hopefully) blogs about our stay here. We've checked out the stables, (after all, this was a calvery post) and we may even take in a trail ride. Mike has already gotten in a round of golf. We have a few trips to area attractions planned; Kartchner Caverns, Boot Hill and the OK Corral in Tombstone and Our Lady of the Sierras Shrine. But for now, just exploring the base is an adventure!
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After seven months and two days, over 12,000 miles on the coach, and over 7,000 miles on the Jeep, we arrived home!
This was our longest trip in terms of miles and time, but it was well worth it.
We checked off several "bucket list" items, saw the most northeast corner of North America and the US, as well as the most southeast corner of the US, saw a lot of beautiful country, and met a bunch of ...
For the second morning in a row we were on the road at around 11am. It's nice to take it easy in the morning, but it does put a liuttle pressure on us to do the 300 miles or so in a day and to find a place to stay at the end. But we were lucky last night and we were going to be lucky again tonight.
We drove out through Chandler and then were on Highway 60 - the Superstition Highway, named after the range of mountains to the north you drive alongside on your way to ...
... cowboys (cowboys in the sense of Tombstone cowboys who were really bandits – not cattle cowboys of the old west) a miner whose mule got stolen by one of them, and the drunk town marshall were all very funny. Kate enjoyed the show so much she wanted to go again. After the show I got a photo with 2 cowboys and the town marshall , one of them giving me his gun to hold – I just can’t feel comfortable with a weapon in my hand even though it would have only been ...
... fire. The rock formations were amazing. This area is where Geronimo and his Apaches gathered. After this scenic drive we went on to Douglas on the Mexican border. Along the way there were beautiful farms with thick grass probably due to the extensive irrigation we noticed. Douglas was a town built by Phelps Dodge for a copper smelter in the early 1900's. The smelter ...