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Just north of downtown Tucson there is a little 40 acre private park called Tohono Chul. The words "tohono chul" translate as "desert corner" and are borrowed from the language of the Tohono O'odham, the indigenous people of southern Arizona.
This has long been one of our favorite places , and we visit the park several times a year when in Tucson. Last week went out there as guests of our good camera club friend, Mary Nation, who is quite an accomplished and recognized ...
Over the weekend our good friends,, Lisa and Vijay were visiting from California. I had drivine up to Scottsdale to see a San Francisco Giants Spring Training game ( see previous post) with them and ...
... amp; Phoenix, (Florida too) are difficult to get in because they have online reservation system & people are booking 11 months in advance! We like winging it, & never plan next week never mind next month!! It's the same in BC near any major towns!
We were glad we stayed at Patagonia State Park last weekend through the rain because as we drove into Catalina State Parks they were still clearing up!! ...
Enjoyed three magnificent days at one of our favourite campsites, Gilbert Ray, on the west side of Tucson near the Saguaro National Monument. The setting here is terrific, with campsites set up to maximize the views of the mountains and the desert landscape. Coyotes run free, and we saw several of them, ...
... a very interesting tour.
We then headed to Sabino Canyon, a natural desert oasis located in Tucson's Coronado National Forest. We boarded the Sabino Canyon tram for a narrated 45 minute ride through the canyon. Some beautiful scenery.
Our day wasn't over yet. We had reservations at the Gaslight Theater for dinner and a live Musical Melodrama Show. Tonights show was The Ballad of Two Gun McGraw, a Wacky Western Adventure. Very enjoyable evening.