Budget Suites of America - Mesa
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... region -- the Superstition Mountains to the east, the Goldfield Mountains to the north and northeast, and the Usery Mountains immediately to the northwest. Our trailer is surrounded by cacti, and we're backed up to a huge saguaro. The saguaro cacti are in full bloom now, but they're too tall for me to get a picture of the blossoms, which is the Arizona state ...
... profit. I also had a sign for free oranges-you pick- and saw lots of oranges going home with happy people. Could not clean and put the stuff away as a swarm of bees claimed the bush by the patio as theirs and kept me from the patio. They did not leave till around dark so will have to do all that tomorrow. We were going to a movie at the clubhouse, but I burned the popcorn and that was the end of that idea!!
March 8-Sunday- ...
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 ...
January 1-Thursday—Up in time for breakfast and meet our friends there. Later off on a drive. It is very cold out and the wind is blowing, but the sky is blue. First stop was a place where the Pilgrims called First water. This is where they finally found fresh drinking water after landing on the coast at Provincetown area. This was about a ½ mile walk but an enjoyable one. On the way we met a 26 year old from China. He is graduating shortly and ...
... that way and really had a good time with all. Don had left a plastic police hat and baton here for Phil, and he wore them to dinner! We were off to bed early and by tomorrow all should be back to what we call normal!!
April 17th= Thursday—Happy 53rd birthday to my son John. Late afternoon we finally headed out for 'supplies' and later to JB’s for salmon dinners. Met a gal from Boston here taking care ...