Holiday Inn Express Green Valley
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... as I could reach and loaded it in the RV. Oh! Almost forgot to mention that in lieu of paying a neighbor kid $10 (that's 1/90th of an RV pay't), I got down on my back/butt and crabbed under the RV to unwrap the plastic from the manifold or something so I wouldn't have to listen to the noise all the way to Tucson. I'm old, not stupid or lazy!! (The sheet of clear plastic was about king-bed sized.)
I was able to walk Crissy one ...
... urination. Oh well... she had a good last summer, in Oregon and here! She gave me so much over these 7 1/2 years. She was my hikin' buddy, in desert, mountains, seashore, snow. This week I found out how much I loved her, and I miss her more than I'd have thought I would. But she's not suffering anymore. Her favorite words were--"Gonna git you!" or "you go, girl!!" which would set her to running in circles and chasing Zuni or Breezy. ...
... cool. They would make very good walking sticks.
It seems we've gotten lucky because we try to see at least one thing that makes the day worthwhile. First day we saw a lizard that was a bit larger than the normal small one. Second day Dad saw a snake as we were driving back to the visitors center. Third day we saw the amazing Gila monster. The airbnb place we stayed was very nice. Had our own ...
... were, and unfortunately they seem to be like that all the way into Tucson! But, it was a short 3 hour drive, until we hit some weird "accident" about 25 minutes outside of Tucson in the desert, where traffic came to a total stop. Luckily a nice local offered to show us around it all, and half way re-directing our path we realized it was just under the bridge that traffic had stopped so hopped back on ...
... of those ***********s....I'll check more closely next time the exact time and place.
Sunday morning the Quinn's packed up and headed east to the Dragoon Mountains. We went to church and then drove to Gilbert Ray Campground in the Tuscon Mountain Park on the west side of Tucson. We went to the Saguaro National Park West Visitor Center for a couple hours and went for a walk around the loops in the campground....no other ND campers in here. British Columbia has the most I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking