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It was quite windy as we left the house today - not great conditions for birdwatching but it is so gorgeous round here that just being outside is a pleasure.
First stop the grasslands at the bottom of the hill. Nothing much about as suspected in this weather just a couple of flycatchers braving the breeze. The lovely creekside nature trail was better and our favourite spot here was the black throated grey warbler. Nice.
Next was the Santa Rita Lodge where ...
So, Plan B......
We retraced our steps to Tombstone, a cooler day today thankfully. As we were parking the car at the end of the main street, we saw 2 blokes in full cowboy gear......We knew we were in for a giggle. We strolled down Allen St and loved the atmosphere - okay, it's a bit cheesey but who cares?! We went into the OK Corral museum and saw a short film about the ...
... and there was one an hour later to Guadalajara. Got some enchiladas at the store there and had a meal while I waited in the bus station to go.
A long night on the bus but I had my coats to make a nest with and ear plugs to keep it quiet from the snorers. I slept off and on through the night. They have wifi on the good buses and movies until it gets late. Seats aren't too bad but still on a slant to you have to brace yourself to keep in the seat.
Stinken 39 degrees things were definitely heating up and we were becoming to realise that the dessert during summer is not the best idea.
Getting closer to Grand Canyon which is exciting. Took a walk down to the river and to check out the view, shopped a little before buying an ice-cream to settle down before getting back on the bus.
... getting arrested and sent to the farm for parole and naturalization.He's a great guy and one of the great workers on the farm.) The place is a cooperative community of about one hundred people who collectively farm enough food to sustain themselves and sell (via a Community Supported Agriculture program) in town, raise herds of goats (milk), rabbits (meat), cows (meat), chickens (eggs, nuisance), and horses (ridin'), take care of the twenty-some-odd children, care for ...