Best Western Green Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that they have to pay campground fees...even though FIMA is paying rent for others who have been displaced. It's not like they are choosing to not go back up and take care of things. It's simply that they can't do it without a great deal of trouble.
As usual, when we're together we manage to put together a feast from time to time. It's always fun to see what we can come up with. Leftovers are the best in RVs! Today for lunch we ...
... Footnote: Kayenta had been found abandoned or never owned at age 4 months on the Kayenta Navajo Reservation NE of Flagstaff and turned in to Second Chance shelter in Flagstaff Winter '06, and I adopted her soon after. She's lived in Flagstaff, Gainesville FL, Bellingham WA, Glendale, and finally Tucson, and leaves behind her canine and feline sisters (who, btw, do NOT act like they even notice she is gone, bless their goofy little hearts).
... cool. They would make very good walking sticks.
It seems we've gotten lucky because we try to see at least one thing that makes the day worthwhile. First day we saw a lizard that was a bit larger than the normal small one. Second day Dad saw a snake as we were driving back to the visitors center. Third day we saw the amazing Gila monster. The airbnb place we stayed was very nice. Had our own ...
Well yesterday we took in Old Tucson. Built in 1939 for the movie Arizona,
Old Tucson has been the setting for more than 300 movies and TV productions including John Wayne westerns Rio Bravo and McLintock! and modern classics like The ...
I awoke this morning to about 20+ text messages from Lucy, mapping out her favorite Tucson local hot spots. HAH! She's a gem. I tried to figure out how to incorporate these and my own spots into one day of fun. The Hotel Arizona, my shelter for that evening, served me a breakfast by the lobby that almost encouraged me not to eat that morning…"no, really…I'm good- no more please." Soppy scrambled eggs, dry/season-less home ...