BEST WESTERN Gold Canyon Inn & Suites
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... Russell and I decided to do the Sunrise Trail ,which is considered a more difficult one, but offered such magnificent views over the "valley of the sun" (which Phoenix is referred to) and over towards Fountain Hill which is known for its 300 ft. fountain in the centre of a small man made lake.
The Fountain Fountain Hills Fountain ...
Breakfast was a bit off putting as there was 2 huge (as in obese) Mexican women on the next table, the poor son was being encouraged to shovel it all in too. Peter thinks he's being picked on as he still can't get over the fat woman in a VERY short and tight dress that ate breakfast opposite him at Bisbee with her legs quite wide apart! We thought we'd take the short drive to the border as Earl Grey had told us there was a wall to keep ...
... who is a staff supervisor. It is a corner site with a double wide concrete patio, red crushed gravel to park the rv, and small trees separating us from the neighbour. We quickly set up, put out the awning and outdoor furniture tried to figure out the internet hook-up, which is different than other parks we have stayed. It is more like a home set-up with a modem as they don't offer WiFi except in the main building. The temperature was a balmy 74F so we took happy hour out of doors ...
... and groceries and everyone got excited because they felt a raindrop. The wind picked up and the sky was cloudy but that is all we got was a few drops. When we got back to the motorhome the campground had a visitor roaming around...a coyote.
This afternoon we decided to tour the Rossen house which is in downtown Phoenix across from the downtown campus of ASU and in an area called Heritage Park. The city bought a large portion of land in order to save this ...
... that has a house on the Queen Valley golf course. Pictured are the Saguaro cactus. Riddled with golf ball holes. They may grow their first side arm anywhere from 75-100 years of age, but some never grow one at all. A saguaro without arms is called a spear. Some specimens may live for more than 150 years; the largest known saguaro is the Champion ...