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It has been a real tough summer... No money, or at least not enough. As the wedding approaches we are now panicking about the extra luggage fee. Another $200 at the most. We need the "stuff." WEDDING: Jen, my God Jen, the world doesn't revolve around you. You stress your mother out. Yes, this is your day but there are a lot of people helping you pull this off. At 29/30 years old you should be paying for the wedding not ...
... in Lordsburg, New Mexico may have been a little too authentic. The restaurant was on the other side of the train tracks from Main Street in a run down building with a warning to leave all firearms outside posted on the door. We hesitated but saw cars with out of state license plates from as far away as New York so thought it might be one of those hidden gems you heard bragged about on NPR. No such luck. It was clean enough but hadn't been updated since it opened. The ...
... very friendly.
Lynn did the laundry and I vacuumed the coach. Then we dusted and washed away the dust that we had collected over the last few days. With that extra hour, we got a lot done. Lynn is happy. I am tired.
We'll go into Tucson tomorrow to a new Park and then look at newer motorhomes. We're still excited to see what's available. Check back later for the photos. It will fill in the story.
... Stronghold which is another favorite hiking area. There is a granite fortress used by the Chiricahua Apaches under Cochise’s leadership. The hidden tomb of Cochise is located somewhere in this stronghold. There were never any pictures taken of Cochise but there is a portrait based on written descriptions and facial features of his sons. Actually he was not hostile to the settlers until he was falsely accused of theft and kidnapping of ...
Chiricahua National Monument, near Willcox, AZ is a journey into an isolated mountain range rising above the surrounding grassland sea. The area is well-hidden, and not until you are in the park do you witness the towering rock pinnacles, formed by ancient volcanic eruptions which covered a 1,200 square mile area. From the early 1400s this area was home to the Chiricahua Apaches, and they referred to the pinnacles as "standing up ...