Holiday Inn Express Sierra Vista
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... we had to see the shootout at the OK Corral. Fun show, great actors actually. Some comedy in there as well. Had lunch at Big Nose Kate's Saloon ( Doc Hollidays girlfriend), live music, big beer and some man-cave inspiration. Now having been to both Tucson and Tombstone, we would have stayed overnight in Tombstone, as Tucson is huge and spread out and busy! Our acommodation was very nice though and oasis like. But once you left there it was ...
... we had dinner outside for the first time in 3 days. Our last day at Catalina State Park we woke up to brilliant sunshine and headed out to hike. The trails through the riparian area traversed over what would usually be a few inches deep wash, but that day it was ankle deep. The Saguaro’s (pronounced Swaroo’s) were outstanding and we must have seen more than a dozen types of butterflies. It was beautiful and striking. For a desert, ...
Got excited to see pipe organ cacti
75mph speed limit
Beautiful sunset, sad couldn't see the rest of the landscape thru the national deserts
Stopped at Kevins house in Sierra Vista!
We caught up, ordered pizza, played carrcasone, played with random
instruments:uke, trainers accordion, hapi drums, guitars, ...
... grows up to 15 feet tall having several individual stems, each having beautiful red flowers along them. This happened to be flowering when we visited, making parts of the desert where it bloomed in abundance a rare and beautiful sight. My bike ride also revealed a multitude of beautiful roadside wildflowers.
Thanks a lot to Joan for being our guide to the Sierra Vista area and local food and to Hans for encouraging the birds that gave me such joy.
... inside the caverns. After the state placed low density lighting in the caves, kept the visitors away from the water source which is needed for caverns that are live, placed thick doors so oxygen didn’t get into the caves and built the walkways so no vandalism could be done the park was opened to the public in 1999. Can you imagine the State of Rhode Island trying to keep this a secret? Some big wigs in ...