Windemere Hotel and Conference Center
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... in law) mom and dad. Mel’s Dad, Rob retired from the Army Reserve and few years ago they moved from MT to AZ, which was a dream come true for both of them.
Anyway, we followed them out to the site of their in-progress new home. It's about 10-12 miles from Sierra Vista in an area called Hereford. The house is about half completed, I'd guess, and will have a roof soon and work begun on the interior. It's a bit under ...
We checked into Butterfield RV Park in Benson AZ yesterday. It's a nice park with trees and concrete pads. There is also a train that runs all night and blows its horn on the hour. Pete was awake the first night and I was awake the second. Jim and Cindi came to see us from Sierra Vista and had lunch at the HB. We convinced them they needed to be in Atlanta for graduation. Had a nice visit. Today we drove to Tombstone, a tourist western town with gunfights and horse ...
Well, Apache Flats and the surrounding area is proving to be full of wildlife and history. We took a drive down through the Coronado National Forest, to the Parker Canyon Lake, southwest of Sierra Vista, 5 rmiles north of the border with Mexico.
The lake is reportedly a fisherman's dream with great fishing for lake trout, big mouth bass, sunfish and catfish, or so we've been told. Up above the lake is ...
... with the multiple trips to the hardware store.
We went into town for Barbie's dental appointment yesterday. Afterward picked up the RV sign which has our names on it, an elkhound, a harbor and boats. We are pleased with it. Barbie cancelled her Apple computer class for today as the computer died on Sunday. She did sign us up for a cooking class on Saturday.
... told the Kartchner’s and their family but for the next 14 years it was kept a secret as all options were explored to preserve this great discovery.
They knew it was too expensive to exhibit privately so they got in contact with the nature conservancy and then the AZ State Parks Department. The Kartchner’s worked in secret with the Department for years and even bills were placed in the legislature ...