BEST WESTERN Superstition Springs Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... going on here. About 11 got a phone call from the man who lives behind me—that he found my back door open, called the office who would not tell him who took care of my house and told him to call police, which he did. They did not ‘find’ anything missing-like how would they know!!! I called Don L, who takes care of things for me and am waiting to hear back from him! Scary! Don cannot find anything amiss- but hard to tell in someone else’s home. ...
... the Cliff Dwellings aren't the greatest -- besides taking pictures I had wanted to walk around and through them. Oh well . . . . . . I haven't mentioned all the birds that are in the desert -- never could figure out why there were so many until we saw all the cacti flowers, pods, and fruit. Enough to feed a gazillion birds! We've seen cactus wrens (Arizona's ...
... home. Phil has had upset stomach for some time now and it is worse. He did exercises but no swim today. I made crock pot chicken veg soup for dinner and it was very good!
March 6, 2015-Friday- I did get a good sleep last night and up early this morning as lots to do today. Our park patio sale is tomorrow and as usual, I have lots to put out and hope it gets sold. It is cold out so cannot start on that till a bit later but ...
Some people may think deserts are barren & boring, I find them quite the opposite - I am fascinated by them. I find it amazing that so many different plants have adapted & thrive in this harsh dry climate. We have not seen many plants in bloom this trip but I am sure in a few weeks it will be busting with ...
... China. Really enjoyed talking with him and we took pictures. (had an email from him when we returned home) Next stop was Corn Hill where the Pilgrims 'found' corn that the Indians had put away for the winter. We did take a quick walk to the ocean here but to windy to stay more than a moment or two! Next stop to be the place where they landed. It is on west end of Commercial (main street) at a round-a-bout. I told Phil where I thought it was but he was ...