Tonto Basin Inn
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Yesterday we drove a whole 32 miles from Usery Mountain Regional Park to McDowell Mountain Regional Park -- both Maricopa County parks and both stunning. Here, instead of many cacti and scrub trees and bushes, are wide open spaces with big, big, views and breathtaking mountains totally surrounding us. Haven't seen a rattlesnake yet, but we did see a coyote and we're told that the infamous packrats also come out here at ...
Wishing all a joy-filled and blessed holiday season.
I am here in the now dry desert east of enjoying a bit of relaxation, rest, nine reflection and also some time with some close family members.
Sraddha is spending this week back at beautiful Ananda Village, our home for 15 years prior to our travels. She is having a great time.
... It was great to see them both and spend some time together. We did some sight-seeing with the girls.
Vanessa gave us a tour of the studio and inner workings at the ABC Channel 15 where she works; all very impressive. We went to Fountain Hills Park to see the 500' plus water fountain, while dodging Frisbees flying around during the Frisbee golf tournament we apparently walked through. We also took them to see Saguaro Lake in the Tonto National Forest. ...
We did an off road Jeep trip with the Aarons up into the mountains. The roads weren't too rough but windy and quite a ride! We had bought lunch from Subway and stopped at the top for a scenic picnic spot. Ellis' hosted dinner that evening for delicious ribs! Pam has a design client at the Boulders. She found some treasures in Care Free and Cave Creek. Cute towns with enormous amounts of ...
The Apache Trail starts at Apache Junction and is paved 5 miles past Tortilla Flat on highway 88. It was originally used to haul supplies during the construction of Roosevelt Dam in 1904. The first stop is Superstition Mountain. Legend has it the Pima Indians retreated from a great flood into these mountains. Some were resentful of the flood taking their possessions and when they turned to look at the ...