Rancho Sonora Inn & Casitas
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... we stop at a rest area to go for a walk in the desert and take water but don't have any sunscreen. I'm a bit worried that it seems there are no set paths so we may get lost but Peter says of course we won't and we do come across a marked trail. The desert is so lovely and it's so quiet, you can't hear a thing - we walk quite a way but the sun is really strong so we decide to turn back to the car park. We walk off the trail as its so ...
... they are camped on the Army Artillery Range out of Florence AZ. The Artillery Range is Federal Land that’s open the year around except for when the Army is playing with their guns… the range must be 18 – 20 sq miles… A fair size piece of real estate… Also in the off season it’s an open range where cattle are ranged on the land.
He wants us to come up for the day… Go for a ride and stay for dinner… We thought ...
... The national monuments of the Verde Valley, Montezuma Castle, Montezuma Well, Tuzigoot, are protected for the interpretation of the of the legacy of the Sinagua Culture.
Montezuma Castle has been described as the best preserved and most dramatic cliff dwelling in the United States. Montezuma’s Well is the natural limestone sinkhole with prehistoric sites ...
Well folks… Easter is upon us and this is Holy Week! We have been walking in the desert (yes, literally!) the better part of lent… I am not sure who is walking who … are we walking Rowdy or is he walking us? Our morning walks offer a fresh look at nature … the desert is green right now … and the freshness of the green along with the blooming wild flowers gets us back in touch with nature and the Holy Spirit … It also makes for a ...
... my car has been exiled to the driveway, Green is up on blocks, the hood off and Jim is taking it apart! The Rhino was in pieces for 7 days when Jim finally got it back together!
Our friend George in ABQ recently asked Jim Why so many spare tires for the Rhino and Jim's reply was "George, The old owner had upgraded the wheels and tires to offset wheels and custom tires.... he had the old set of tires and I asked him to include ...