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April 6, 2015
Well this is the first blog since the New Year, and many of you know it was not a great start to the year. We were in a tour bus rollover January 8th in a farmer's field in Yuma. 28 of the 52 passengers were injured some very seriously. Karen had her right upper arm fractured in 5 places and I had a bad whiplash and have found out last week that ...
... Not what we expected but still a very lovely morning. Saw several mule deer as we were leaving the park. That is one of the biggest advantages of rising early -- seeing wildlife before they "lay up for the heat of the day". We traveled a bit further when a little gray fox trotted in front of us carrying a rabbit it caught for breakfast. On many of the roads we have used there has been little to no traffic except for us. This has permitted us to stop for ...
... spot, behind another motorhome and a Semi. Before long, several other Semis had done the same along the shoulder of I-10. We cooled our heels for awhile in the protection of the rigs surrounding us, turned on the generator and AC and relaxed. I called NMDOT and visited with a woman who told us the reason: high winds and zero visibility.
As time passed, dinnertime approached, so we had a nice meal ...
... Some of the stops we made;
Cochise Visitor Center – very informative visitor center with a lot of information for the whole state of AZ. Some exhibits!
Chiricahua Museum – Collections and exhibits of historic artifacts, including a Geronimo Exhibit is part of the museum. Actually they don't have enough volunteers for this museum so we could not get in.
Friends of Marty Robbins Museum - This was not open ...
... while we were growing up.
Fort Bowie National Historic Site, near Willcox, AZ may be the only national site that requires an 8 mile drive on a dirt road to a parking area, then a mile and a half hike to the Visitor Center and the fort ruins! Quite an adventure, and well worth the time and effort. Between 1862 and 1886, Fort Bowie was the nerve center for military campaigns against hostile Chiricahua Apaches led first by ...