Circle Z Ranch
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... gunfight at the OK corral, so watch the movie about what really happened there first. Time for a quick beer at Big Nose Kate's saloon where an old guy is singing cowboy songs, then off to the corral for the showdown. It was really fun - the actors were excellent, especially the young guy playing Doc Holiday, of course being the US lots of audience hissing and cheering encouraged! Some great photos taken of Geronimo and his tribe, some when they finally surrendered ...
... 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 ...
... we did not have major problems and were able to make camp on the north side of Hermosillo city by early afternoon.
The next morning, two trucks with "green angels" came to escort us through the city of Hermosillo. These are government vehicles who are assigned to our caravan to ensure our safety. At various times throughout our trip, they will look after our passage. Hermosillo has a population of 450,000, so it was a bit tricky to stay ...
... at the base of the Superstition Mountains and Wilderness area – a formidable display of craggy rocks that jut up into the air some 1000 feet. The natives of this area held these mountains were sacred and believed that they held the souls of those who had died as well as The Spirit of Thunder. The Lost Dutchman State Park is also near the (almost) ghost town of Goldfield, which at one point in history boasted dozens of gold mines and ...
... 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 ...