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... variety years ago, but that could be my memory playing tricks on me!!
We pass through another Border Patrol Checkpoint with sniffer dogs this time!!
Catalina offers great programs like the Moon Talk put on by a husband & wife who are volunteers. It was a clear starry night with a beautiful full moon but very cold!! They did a really good job showing us a video & lots of ...
... which was great!
We travelled here on our own, as the Anakas and Sorensons spent an extra night at Gila Bend to break the trip up. Our campsite, #53A, was perfect, backed up against the aforementioned desert landscape. We biked over 12 km around the campground, and took the opportunity of ...
It's been quite a year. Thank all of you, who are still reading this blog and for all the kind comments about the photos. It has been a joy to do and will keep doing as long as we are traveling until we complete the circle next ...
... amazing. The birds fly so close you can feel the brush of feathers as they rush by. They are completely untethered and have free choice in the open desert not an amphitheater. Only birds native to the Sonoran desert are flown and it is fun. 4-5 species are flown in the morning and 4 species including a family of hunting birds flown in the afternoon. The sun is not the best angle ...
... Xavier del Bac is a historic Spanish Catholic mission located about 16 km south of downtown Tucson.
h) Tombstone - the best preserved "Wild West" town.
Currently, tourism and western memorabilia are the main commercial enterprises;
Tombstone receives approximately 450,000 tourist visitors each year.
i) The closest we got to Mexico was the town of Tubac, lots of Mexican craft stores and restaurants.
j) In Tucson we visited the ...