The Sheffield Manor
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... t have been as doable while lugging all of our gear up.
Special shout out to Brian and his friends Kevin and Sam for driving us and then rescuing us in Sonoita.
On another note: I realized it's really hard to eat when my body is this exhausted.
Under 20 miles= eat everything in sight.
Over 20 miles= want to puke.
I need to get over this ...
... mud mid calf. We walked up hill again around the lake to find a clear spot. We ended up using the boat ramp to wade around. It was so refreshing and soothing to our tired bodies. We came back to camp only to find a mess. Logan's food bag had been opened and his wallet was on the ground. Empty wrappers littered our campsite and many Epic meat bars were completely missing. We determined the culprit to be the crow that happened to be cackling and squawking while we were picking up ...
We had to stop in the desert city of Sierra Vista to get Tony Tahoe serviced and have an oil leaked looked at. Sadly the oil leak was pretty major and they would need Tony to stay in the shop overnight , we found a dodgy, smelly, noisy but cheap hotel for the night and had delicious pizza for dinner. $1500 later Tony is all fixed and we are back on the road, an expensive exercise but it's the risk you take when you buy an old car put a ton of miles on ...
... to call a cab, so he hands me the phone and dials for me. I give the hotel details and wait. I waited for 30 min and was starting to get annoyed. This isn't a big town, how long does it take to get a cab? I go back to the guy working the desk and I ask where this cab is, he rings the company and they say 20 more minutes. You have got to be kidding. 50min for a cab? He says that he will call another company, but I dont think that will help cause ...
... people, and if you visit, you'll agree with us.
I had read about a restaurant in Nogales before we went. It was not cheap, and is probably the most expensive restaurant in Nogales. Entree costs were between 15 and 20 bucks.....not out of the norm for the U.S., but pretty pricey for Mexico. We asked a young girl on the corner for directions and she told us how to get to it. You had to walk across the train tracks. As we got ...