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... forms, I read the advisory. In essence it said that in case of a flash flood we would be trapped (but safe) in the campgrounds and may not be able to leave for several days. Then it went on to say that if being trapped for several days bothered you, then you might want to leave if the rain is significant. At this point, I asked the Ranger if the current rain, or forecasted rain would be “significant”. She looked at me oddly, then told ...
... t have been as doable while lugging all of our gear up.
Special shout out to Brian and his friends Kevin and Sam for driving us and then rescuing us in Sonoita.
On another note: I realized it's really hard to eat when my body is this exhausted.
Under 20 miles= eat everything in sight.
Over 20 miles= want to puke.
I need to get over this ...
This refuge was out of the way a bit but the reviews said it was good so we decided to go have a look. Right on the Mexican border so border protection was everywhere, we even saw them capture a few illegals on the side of the road. Beautiful rugged wilderness, we saw a few new birds around the visitor centre and our first Bobcat and Pronghorn ...
... Laurie likes to sit on the porch and smoke a Swisher Sweet cigar every now and then. I smoke a cigar about twice a year. I bought a Cohiba so she would understand what a real cigar was supposed to taste like and we shared it. She said it's like the difference between Glenlivet and cheap bar scotch. I told her it's more like the difference between Glenlivet and rubbing alcohol. They don't have that nasty cigar smell, they are ...
... me off outside a Visitor's Centre and we decided not to stay for a walking tour. We did get the car washed for a donation before heading south on I19 where distance is recorded in metric but the speed in miles per hour. There was quite a cross wind and at one point a tumbleweed attacked us.
We got into Tubac just after noon and met up with Mum, Gina and Rod. Luckily we were able to check in right away and Mum joined us for lunch ...