Candlewood Suites Sierra Vista
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... rain this year and as a result will close the Campground around the first of June. The run-off makes the road nearly impossible to navigate. We saw a number of birds there, including black vultures, turkey buzzards, an acorn woodpecker and Mexican Jays. The day was perfect, in the low seventies with a nice breeze to add to the level of comfort.
We got home, showered and went into Sierra Vista to meet up with Mel’s ...
... for the tourists. I bought a beautiful pair of beautiful Navajo Indian earrings, with spiny oyster and green turquoise stones. From there we continued to Bisbee. Cute bigger western and historical landmark town. Walked the streets, climbed a lot of stairs, and had lunch a a Vietnamese restaurant. Small and local with good food. Decided to check out Cindi and Jim's in Sierra Vista on our way back and a drive through Ft Huachua where Pete had some IG work in the ...
We had to stop in the desert city of Sierra Vista to get Tony Tahoe serviced and have an oil leaked looked at. Sadly the oil leak was pretty major and they would need Tony to stay in the shop overnight , we found a dodgy, smelly, noisy but cheap hotel for the night and had delicious pizza for dinner. $1500 later Tony is all fixed and we are back on the road, an expensive exercise but it's the risk you take when you buy an old car put a ton of miles on ...
... lunch. Lacie lives in Mesa with 4 dogs and her husband Terry. Theo got chance to get re-acquainted with Jessie, one of his 8 siblings. Both were under-impressed and chose to play with some of the 4 other Bedlingtons. Florence and I got a chance to visit with Lacie and Sue Ann, whose daughter Sarah shows Jessie. Later on, Lacie couldn't stand it anymore and tackled grooming Theo, who by this time only resembled a Bedlington! When ...
... up. One arm takes thirty years to develop. We knew this would not last, as at 4000 feet, Sierra Vista was too high for these to survive naturally.
We dropped off the car at Sierra Vista and were soon picked up by Joan in her distinctive car with the Aussie flag for a front number plate and a follow me to Tumburumba (a place in NSW) on the back window.
Sierra Vista is in the desert and all water comes from underground wells that ...