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Breakfast in Texas, lunch in New Mexico and supper in Arizona Stopped in to tombstone, neat place, a little off season so not all open yet. Had fun at Big Nose Kate's Saloon. This morning we found out we were on the edge of hurricane Manuel, flash flood warnings for west Texas, we dodged major rain till noon, then we were good. One small shower, then cleared up and rode into the sunset into ...
... this afternoon. It's such a laid back way of riding its really strange. The horses are all extremely healthy, well looked after and well trained. You can get involved with them as much as you want and there are treats to go and feed them with... There are 15o horses here, you are given the same one for the duration of your stay. After BBQ steak, there is a cowboy singsong round a campfire. Everyone has asked if we can stay here longer - what a ...
... of my hotel. Having spent the first 2 days eating fried **** I was keen to try and find something with a least some nutritional value. The dude at the front desk recommended some Japanese place a block down the road. Rather than have to walk around in the dark, I cut a track down to a place called Sachiko Sushi for an early dinner. Given my busy day, I had developed a powerful hunger, so ordered an appetiser (not a feckin entree apparently !) and a main. Bloody good it was too. ...
... and the bath. No need to run down the battery with that need.
Lynn spotted another coyoat near the coach. Unfortunately he didn't stand around waiting for me, so I missed this one. It's very quiet in this area too. I noticed a unique camper near us. It's a chassis-mounted type on a four-wheel-drive pickup. I'll include a picture for those of you who are interested in such things.
I mentioned Maiilman... Well on ...
... active" nearby Arkenstone Cave that continues to grow formations.
Colossal Cave was used from 900 to 1450 AD by the Hohokam, Sobaipuri, and Apache Indians.
The cave was rediscovered in 1879 by the owner of the nearby Mountain Springs Hotel. He was searching for stray cattle when he discovered the entrance to the cave. The cave ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center