Candlewood Suites Nogales
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... US cavalry, they were actually prisoners of war for over 20 years. Also an interesting section about the prostitutes that serviced the miners, many addicted to laudanum and alcohol to survive their horrible lives. Back in the car a bit of a bad decision as we think we should be able to go south right up to the Mexican border and go west on what the map book shows as an unpaved road. When we get there it's actually on the Coronado Trail, the Spanish conquistador ...
... It's well known for bird watching & not just a few species, there must be well over a 100 different sightings listed on the board of the Visitors Centre.
The campground is really well maintained & spread out along the lake in small sections. It's actually a reservoir, there are only 2 natural lakes in Arizona. It has a Marina with boat rentals & a small store. We ...
... we did not have major problems and were able to make camp on the north side of Hermosillo city by early afternoon.
The next morning, two trucks with "green angels" came to escort us through the city of Hermosillo. These are government vehicles who are assigned to our caravan to ensure our safety. At various times throughout our trip, they will look after our passage. Hermosillo has a population of 450,000, so it was a bit tricky to stay ...
... barely passed on the whereabouts of the mine to his lady friend in Phoenix. After he died, she sold all that she owned and set out to find the gold, but alas, it was not to be, as she never found the gold and died broke. Folks still search today to find that vein of gold.
Not only that, but every night we were there we saw rock climbers repelling down the face of this awesome cliff – in the dark! Their headlamps were so bright that ...
... t have been as doable while lugging all of our gear up.
Special shout out to Brian and his friends Kevin and Sam for driving us and then rescuing us in Sonoita.
On another note: I realized it's really hard to eat when my body is this exhausted.
Under 20 miles= eat everything in sight.
Over 20 miles= want to puke.
I need to get over this ...