The Sheffield Manor
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- Pets allowed
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... US cavalry, they were actually prisoners of war for over 20 years. Also an interesting section about the prostitutes that serviced the miners, many addicted to laudanum and alcohol to survive their horrible lives. Back in the car a bit of a bad decision as we think we should be able to go south right up to the Mexican border and go west on what the map book shows as an unpaved road. When we get there it's actually on the Coronado Trail, the Spanish conquistador ...
... bird - The Elegant Trogan. We were thrilled when some other birders pointed him out to us & we spent quite a while photographing & watching him in the distance. It was a cool day & he was either sleeping or just hungered down!! We carried on our walk & stopped again on the way back & he was still there. After a while he took flight & very considerately came closer to us so we had a perfect view & took a ...
With some excitement and a little "first-day apprehension" we met our caravan group in Nogales, Arizona. Including ourselves, there are a total of 9 units travelling in our caravan. We are happy to have Cathie's brother Richard and wife Melanie travelling with us. They are good traveling partners and we are thankful they are with us for this trip. Our other companions are from Saturna Island, BC; Oregon; Clearwater, B.C.; Pennsylvania, PA; Winnipeg, ...
... forms, I read the advisory. In essence it said that in case of a flash flood we would be trapped (but safe) in the campgrounds and may not be able to leave for several days. Then it went on to say that if being trapped for several days bothered you, then you might want to leave if the rain is significant. At this point, I asked the Ranger if the current rain, or forecasted rain would be “significant”. She looked at me oddly, then told ...
... just fantastic. We continued our wanderings and went by a school where kids were playing. I've watched kids in Europe, in Iceland, in Mexico, in Belize.....and all kids are the same. They don't seem to be that different from each other until they become adults.
We checked out the border fence on the Mexican side.....the Mexicans don't have a fence. The fence belongs to the U.S. We wandered a few more shops, bargained with ...