Holiday Inn Express Green Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... their critters take off in their RV for cooler climates. When Florence and I head back up to Phoenix/Scottsdale area this week, we'll get together again so we can see her Bedlingtons...well, they're mostly Bedlington! Better yet, she mentioned something about having us over for lunch!
As other of Merrily's Park Rapids friends (Judy Reko Harsha and Roger) were due in for a couple of weeks, I got ready to clear out. Picked/bagged as ...
... her last walk, she was lagging behind, going slow coming home. The next day, her last day, she was worse, and curled up on the bed, her eyes drooping and sad. That morning, I was in my big living room chair, and she came and curled up next to me, which she'd never done before. I got the test results that morning (Mon. 10/14), talking with the vet, and found out the diagnosis was actually kidney dysfunction, not valley fever. Her ...
... to Saguaro West yesterday and East today, with the first run to the laundramat in the middle.
Saguaro West is all desert. We hiked a few short trails and drove the scenic roadway. Saw lots of lizards and cacti. The saguaro are impressive! Each is like an individual and all ages are in view. There is a song Mariah listens to that has the line "I put my hands up in the air sometimes, saying aaaaoooo, gotta ...
... weeks of polishing to achieve.
Marveling at the landscape, we continued on through the park. Gorgeous layers of color in the rock were the result of the ancient river that once aided in the petrification process along with volcanic ash.
The Painted Desert was beautiful with colors so vibrant and rock both jagged and rolling. You looked and looked, amazed at the creation before you. It is also extremely windy and difficult to stand still to ...
... the wildest, wickedest night spot between Basin Street and the Barbary Coast." The Earp brothers—Virgil, Wyatt, Morgan and Warren Earp—arrived
in December 1879 and the summer of 1880. All assumed roles as lawmen at
one time or another which led to ongoing conflicts ...