Cross Creek Cottages
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... at one of the picnic table on the trail and we were just about finished! These early morning starts are catching up on us.
We retreated to the gardens of the Chuparosa Inn and were rewarded with the bridled titmouse.
Early evening margaritas and map studying were in order - we are leaving for Sedona tomorrow and can't decide whether to take the quickest or the prettiest route. We'll decide when we get in the car I expect, we will struggle to leave this ...
... balanced o top of each other. It was breath taking.
The other day trip we took started with Fort Hauchuca, a huge Army base operating since the sometime in the 1800's. Unbeknown to us, the museums we were going to were closed for remodeling. Apparently the soldier who let us on base either missed the memo the museums were closed or he enjoyed a chuckle after we passed through ...
... inhabitants. Now there is only one gold mine that is being worked – the Wasp mine – but it hasn't produced any gold for about 40 years now. But there is a better story to tell about gold mines – the story of the Lost Dutchman. Seems that a German immigrant found a huge vein of gold in the Superstition Mountains and boasted throughout the town of his find and even showed off samples, but before he could mine it he died unexpectedly ...
The next morning I wandered down to the visitor's center and discovered that Patagonia Lake State Park is an Audubon Club site. A birder's paradise! Everyone was walking around with huge binoculars and telescopic lenses on their cameras. My little Canon EOS was miniscule by comparison.
Barb went for a guided hike that morning and viewed over forty different species of birds. (I ...
... and enjoyed the stars.
Kartchner Caves State Park is one of only 10 living limestone caves in the world. And, it is the only one open to the public. The caves were discovered by two amateur caves in the seventies. They tracked down the family that owned the land and worked with them to preserve the caves in secrecy until arrangements for the proper management of the caverns could be made. Over a period in excess of ...