Country Inn & Suites Scottsdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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I originally planned to go hiking at South Mountain (Phoenix) after the horse ride, but I did not find the landscape overly exciting. Therefore, I took two public buses to Camelback Mountain centered between Phoenix and Scottsdale. However, over there no clear starting point for trails became obvious and as I did not prepare myself for this adventure I did not want to take chances. But, I gave it a second ...
... my few things and out to the car. I had re-arranged everything to be able to get him in the car for the dr appt. And finally, about 10:30, I had said my goodbyes and was on the road again. IT IS HOT! I had gassed up yesterday so that was done. The gas tank on this one is smaller than the van, and though I seem to be averaging about 28MPG seems like I spend a lot of time in gas stations. Rolling hills and lots of sky today. No trees. I arrived in Mt Home ...
... North to South) you could walk up to some of the big pieces. These things are amazing and they say people still take pieces even though they have warnings all over the park and give you a piece of paper that says if you get caught, it is a $325 fine. .
So then, I exit the park and head Northwest to Holbrook (66 West). It's a great day so I don't mind making my way back - especially ...
... out at a pass of sorts, at about three miles. We stopped for a small snack on a nice bench there and relaxed a bit. Then we climbed some more. It wasn't a bad climb, but just another climb that we had forgotten about.
We finally merged with the Go John trail which leads down a series of switchbacks to the parking lot. We were at about four miles by then. We were both getting tired. Lynn was not happy. We walked a bit down the road and ...
... stories and activity of the Peels and their cohorts; we visited unique areas of Phoenix, shared fascinating histories with the Park's residents, swam laps and lifted weights, and were exposed to the arts of lapidary (rock polishing for making things like jewelry) and expert woodwork, just a few of the many perks included in the fee for Park residents. It ...