The Sonoran Respite
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... a hour away. The trip was quite beautiful. We ended up at almost 6,000ft (almost 2,000m). The views were beautiful.
We are on our last week and the weather is looking quite promising - 28-30C for the next 14 days with no rain in sight!
We are hoping to get to the Kit Peak Observatory which is about 1 hour away and go hiking in the Sabino Caynon next week.
All in all a quiet day. The RV park we're in is like a big parking lot with hook-ups. At least we have a pull-thru but we're so close to the people next to us we almost feel like we're inside their RV! Not a tree, bush, plant in sight. AND not wheelchair friendly! If we get people on the other side of us - I won't be able to move to the front of the trailer without going around the block. Not a fan but it is a place to stay for the night and regroup.
... paths, 230 animal species and 1200 types of plants, mostly cactus. We went through a bee and butterfly area where there were the appropriate plants there to entice them. Andrew took a number of photos and is loving his camera now. We went into a hummingbird sanctuary and witnessed them in flight and chirping all around not unlike the butterfly sanctuaries we have at home. We saw a number of animals, wolf, black bear, prairie dogs, snakes, heron, ...
... luck, when you get home… you just cut them off the side and tread of the tire… And then spray them with soap/water and check for leaks…
What a great winter adventure and get away… And again, as Roy Rogers & Dale Evans used to say…. “Happy trails to you… until we meet ...
... blisteringly hot. I slipped pieces of ice into the back of my shirt and into my bra. I would pour water into my $2 Wal Mart denim cap and plop it on my head. It would dry in 10 minutes. I was getting desperate and my left arm was starting to burn from the sun, so I hatched an idea. The great thing about road tripping is that you know no one, so you lose your inhibitions and become the person that you wouldn't be back home. I stopped at a Love's gas station and marched into ...
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