Talking Stick Resort
Travel Blogs from Scottsdale
... Plateau and drops several thousand feet to eventually drop you out into Scottsdale. From the prairie scrub brush it changes to tall pines and hardwoods. It's a welcome sight after seeing so much desert. Finally, the trees disappear and the desert returns this time with the giant cactus that Scottsdale is known for. The temperature has also jumped. In the high ground it was 89. The ...
... venture out on the free scottsdale trolley bus. so cute they use old square tram like buses with rather uncomfortable wooden seats..the driver was very friendly and suggested we got off in Old town to explore...This area has been renovated to look just like a cowboy town with saloons and bars having swinging type stable doors all made of wood and wooden decking with places to tie up your horse..lol... it was interesting but really ...
... about 200 people and he ended up at the podium speaking and even got a plug in for his book.
July 14th-Saturday-Another hot day--I did a super clean of the kitchen - maybe if I do a room at a time I can get the house clean! Red was in and out today. The new windows are great-the A/C is not running near as much! And the temp is more consistent throughout the house. In the afternoon my phone made loud screeching noises and when I opened it there was ...
... even buy your groceries and send over a chef to cook it. We had a great panoramic view of Scottsdale 1400ft below us. Above, huge bolders (bigger than our house) are precariously perched on the pinnacles of the mountains that suround us.
Throughout the vicinity there are numerous walking trails, viewing vistas, scenic desert locations, saguaro cactus and lots of sagebrush. Every morning, as we were having coffee on the "cigar terrace," ...
... means making our own trail as there isn't a designated trail where we were going. It was only in the 60's today so that was fine and I'm glad I followed her instruction. We crossed the river but that was the last we saw of it as we headed up towards a peak through several draws headed to a canyon below. Along the way we sighted an arch so decided to go to it instead. It was quite a challenge getting to it but no cliffs or really steep areas so I managed along ...
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