Windemere Hotel and Conference Center
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... this morning. Left just before noon for a short drive to Tombstone, the most famous of Arizona mining camps with its colorful history. Discovered by Ed Schieffelin in 1878, the mine went on to produce millions. Tombstone had over 15,000 residents at one time. Fires nearly caused the death of Tombstone twice but the town was resilient. ...
... never seen just driving through on a main highway. We drove to Cochise's Stronghold, where he and the Apache tribe he led, held off the Army for 20 years! Standing in the solitude of the forest, its hard to imagine a war happened here. Next stop was Chiricahua National Monument in Wilcox, AZ. It was a lovely drive through forest and once at the top, we were able to see these huge rock ...
Headed straight to Elaine's Lola "Auntie Oying" and (actual) Auntie Jenny was also home. We spent some time together, went out for breakfast and spent good time together.San Diego is HUGE! Why is everything so far a part?!
We drove to the beach by Mission Bay to say goodbye to the Pacific Ocean. It's the Ocean that Elaine has been connected to for most her life. ...
... grows up to 15 feet tall having several individual stems, each having beautiful red flowers along them. This happened to be flowering when we visited, making parts of the desert where it bloomed in abundance a rare and beautiful sight. My bike ride also revealed a multitude of beautiful roadside wildflowers.
Thanks a lot to Joan for being our guide to the Sierra Vista area and local food and to Hans for encouraging the birds that gave me such joy.
... enjoyed being here. It is a beautiful state park and campground!
Kartchner Caverns - The guided Rotunda/Throne Room contains more than 30 types of colorful formations growing for more than 200,000 years out of the limestone beneath the Whetstone Mts. There are calcite formations and giant boulders and formations that include stalactites, stalagmites, canopies, coral pipes,helictites and rimstone dams. Turnip ...