Santa Rita Lodge

Address: 1218 S. Madera Canyon Road, Sahuarita, Arizona, 85614, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1218 S. Madera Canyon Road, Sahuarita, is near Titan Missile Museum, Haven Golf Course, Canoa Hills Golf Course, and Torres Blancas Golf Club.
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    A travel blog entry by jaffajim on Jul 08, 2015

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    Tuesday 07 July 2015 Lunch at upmarket pizzeria with John and Janet and their daughter Susie who is visiting. Afternoon nap and then to John and Janet's for dominoes, drinks and a snack, which turned into a late night. Wednesday 08 July 2015 Sue drove Janet, Susie and me down to the Amerind art gallery and museum in Texas Canyon, just past Benson. They have a great collection of Native American art and crafts, ...

    On The Road Again

    A travel blog entry by clisenbee on Jul 07, 2015

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    Spent the 4th of July in a sleepy little town of Schulenberg Texas. It's a very small town known for its 7 painted churches and Chech pastries. Town was closed up tight for the weekend, so we will have to return for another visit. July 5th we only drove a few hours to Peach Country RV Park. Must say the people in Texas are so warm and welcoming. Both parks had the kindest staff. We took a ...


    A travel blog entry by jaffajim on Jul 06, 2015

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    Monday Went early down Tortilita Road to Sweetwater trail head and walked for 1 hour 45 min, but not a great distance with stops for photos and breath. Then drove to A Mountain and walked out to get the views of Tucson and the Catalinas. In the afternoon a herd of about 15 Javelinas including a couple of young ones, came through the front ...


    A travel blog entry by jaffajim on Jun 30, 2015

    Saturday Connie joined us for a drive down to Bev's ranch. In March, a big flood came down the wash. It wrecked the crossing, came into the cat house, deposited tons of debris against any obstruction and washed away her propane tank. The house down stream lost its barn and two cars. The ranch was in a bad way and luckily, Joanne, one of the owners, took charge and installed a man who worked for her ...

    Graveyard for aircraft. Saguaro NP.

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on May 16, 2015

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    ... were literally thousands of old aircraft, mainly military . What do they plan to do with them??? Would have liked to get into the Pima Air and Space Museum nearby, but no time.   Next drove past Old Tucson, used for many Wild West movie sets.    Then the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Really a zoo, with brilliant displays of coyote, coati, bobcats, snakes, birds, lizards, spiders and hundreds of desert ...