The Sheffield Manor
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... around, looks wonderful with the blue heat haze. Back down and pass a girl in Western clothes singing with her guitar as we go into the museum where we read about the mining, there was every kind of mineral not just the copper that was so profitable for the new electric wires that were suddenly needed, gold and silver too. Sad to leave it's such an interesting place and really nice people as well, but onwards to Tombstone. We get there with an hour to spare ...
... amp; a couple of record rainy days!!
On our way to Patagonia we pass more Border Patrol Checkpoints!
We stopped at Patagonia Lake on our first trip to Arizona in 2008. It was Easter & packed with Mexican families, it's only 20 miles from Nogales & the border! This visit it's practically empty. It's a real Gem, nestle in the mountains & 80 miles south ...
... and are sometimes not marked. Our wagon master, who is always in the lead, will warn us about taupes and other hazards on our "walkie talkie". It is quite an art to learn to stay together as a group, especially as we travel through the cities. On our first night, we camped at a park that is normally closed but opened especially for us. Although our destination was San Carlos, this camp was planned only 4 hours from the border in case we were held up. ...
... 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 ...
... several tunnels just this week. He told us where there were holes patched in the pavement where the tunnels would leak dirt and leave holes on the surface.
We bid the border guy a good day and wandered the U.S. side of the fence, wanting to get pictures. There are people at the fence talking to friends and family on the other side....holding hands through the fence......socializing and just seeing family. It's very quiet ...