Cave Creek Tumbleweed Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cave Creek
... a dog section and that was good! I wanted a house away from dog noise! Now, suddenly, everyone around us has dogs! I do not think that should have happened. We had planned to go out for a roasted chicken and eat here at home but it is raining and we decided on beans, garlic bread and 3 of the Italian sausages I had put in my suitcase when we came here! A good meal. Tonight we decided to read Dracula outloud—one chapter a night and Phil is reading it. He has read it ...
How nice we are all still here and the world lives on.. some of you may know today, 21st December 2012, was the last day of the mayan calender and there is a huge following of "preppers" and the like who believed today would see the end of the world... thank goodness they were wrong..
So the present Mark gave Robin for his birthday, was a two hour horse ride into the desert...for four....so he would not be alone...lol..!!
Mark and Svetlana picked ...
Yesterday I had big plans to ride another trail, but actually got lost on the paved road just outside of the park. As my dad would say, I "zigged when I shoulda zagged." I was tired anyway, so just went back to the coach and sat outside. Not for long, however, since it's gettin' a bit "toasty" here, as somebody else would say.
I did get a couple of nice shots of a singing cactus wren. It's more of a ...
Since the weather has been so warm, I got an early start on the bike yesterday. I wanted to try a new trail, or at least part of a new one. I rode on the Cave Creek Highway up to the Nature Center and found another way to access the Overton. I rode only a short distance and decided that it was either to rough or I was too tired. I took the paved road back and chilled out for a while. I needed some ...
... Overton Trail, which circles a small mountain and returns. Where I had a real problems was with all of the loose rock on both the up and downhill sections. I need more practice. The steepness of the grade would have been enough. I must admit that I walked short sections of it just to be on the safe side. I decided to bag the Overton and headed more or less back to camp. Enroute, I met a couple of hikers that warned me about the exit of the trail I ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking