La Posada Lodge and Casitas
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... be admitted to the Pioneer Home.
She is buried in Prescott, Arizona, in the Pioneer Cemetery under a very modest stone.
There is a saloon in Tombstone named after her, so my Big Nose Kate Schmidt and I went in for a drink. It was a great place with so much to look at! The waitresses had their bosoms heaved so high they were just under their ears, and had the obligatory feathers in their hair... with layers of red and black ...
... and only one is open for visitors – all others are dissembles and the silos and centers are destroyed or buried (except one which got sold and is now a house)
... had a great lunch and then took the ski lift to the summit.
We barely got home in time to be chauffeured by their friends to an Italian restaurant for dinner. I tried to get a picture but I ran out of power.
i have been fighting a cold for a few days so we took it easy for a few days too.
... to Tucson). Just north of the campground is Saguaro National Park West. The campground is a County Park and it is set in the desert with the mountains in the distance and Saguaro’s throughout the landscape. When you drive in, there was a host at the check in booth that assigned us a site ($20) but she would be leaving in a week then it will be self register only until next winter. The sites are laid out in three loops all with electric but ...
... is quite different- although the feelings about the grades are the same; A (there are no +s or -s) is 90-100%, B is 80-89%, C is 70-79% and so on and so forth. I managed, with minimal work done to get an A for my 4th year paper, a B for my 3rd, another A for my 2nd year and a C for my freshman paper that I found to be rather a chore- and one I avoided doing work for at all costs.
Winter hit Tucson in the last week of being there- we ...