Travel Blogs from Casa Grande
... and the border fence - and the Border Patrol!). Then suddenly we were in the Desert..super flat, sandy and hot. Uneventful drive- we were glad for that. En route the temps reached 107; 102 when we made camp. Beautiful park! Headed for the pool! ...
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... scene on the side of the drum… And he had hides from buffalo which he hand dried and skinned to make the heads of the drums… he used leather, like leather shoe laces to lace the head of the drum to the base… cutting and making the base was the simple part… the skill to carve, and work ...
... not so much dust as rocks… but as we ran across the desert we have to cross some of the arroyo’s… (Jim's Spanish lesson!) “”””An arroyo (/əˈrɔɪoʊ/; Spanish: [aˈroʝo]), a Spanish word translated as brook, and also called a wash is usually a dry creek or stream bed—gulch that temporarily ...
... harvest times… The whole place runs with 10 men and someone in the office to weigh in the trucks and loads as they come in… Really an impressive operation….
Out back is a large tube/auger system with at least 20 piles of seed… this is the seed removed from the lint to make cotton… the seed has 2 uses… 1 – the best seed is tested and used to plant next years crop, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking