Holiday Inn Express Marana
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... on we arrived in another smart town with the unlikely name of Snowflake. But ice warnings on the roads indicated colder conditions in the winter. We then headed into an Indian Reservation and started a long descent into a huge canyon. Similar in many ways to the Grand Canyon but this one you drive into and out the other side. It's stunning unexpected scenery. The colours reds and ochres with fir trees. Further on ...
... particularly with 40+ degrees. We were to be back at the bus at 1.15 pm which I thought would have been more than ample time. This place was awesome! Who knew there was so much to take in! The museum is a fusion experience: zoo, botanical garden, art gallery, natural history museum and an aquarium. They provide an interpretation of Sonoran desert animals, plants, geology, climate and native cultures in its natural environment. 21 acres with two miles ...
... how the heat is raising as we start exiting Arizona.
... the tastiest smelling perfume ever for myself. I think I said something last time about calming down my spending... that might not happen for a while yet ha ha.
Thursday was an eventful evening; Selina and I went on a moonlight hike up Mt Wasson (on the King Canyon Trail), which is the highest peak of the Tucson Mountain Range. The 8 mile hike was a fair bit more difficult than we had envisioned (we both thought it was going to be a walk in the park) and was ...
Having taken the previous day off to watch the NFL playoffs, it was time to get moving again. We were lucky to find a grooming parlor right next door to the RV park and were able to get Duke a much needed bath and trim. The dust out here had turned him from cream to reddish. We did manage to visit Tubac Historical State Park south of Amado. It was a ...