The Casitas at Smokey Springs Ranch

Address: 1451 N. Smokey Springs, Tucson, Arizona, 85749, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 1451 N. Smokey Springs, Tucson, is near Houston's Horseback Riding, Saguaro East, 49er Country Club, and P1 Kart Circuit.
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      Travel Blogs from Tucson

      Vancouver Island, WA, CA, OR, NV, home in 5 days

      A travel blog entry by graciabarr on Jun 14, 2014

      18 photos

      ... brown, mostly uninteresting scenery for hundreds of miles on
      2-lane road with NO passing lanes and lots of trucks. I much preferred The Hwy 93 route on east side of NV: a lot more scenic, and apparently not many trucks take that route. I also like the Hwy 395 route up the east side of CA, but just didn't go that route this time.

      So that's the NW trip! Glad to be home for 2 weeks before heading out for Boulder at the end of the month.


      Good memories at Tucson

      A travel blog entry by paulandginny on Jan 31, 2014

      10 photos

      ... although the temperatures are very cold, the speed caused tremendous heat, and if the pilot had to eject, he'd need to be protected. Once, a pilot had to eject, and he had no knowledge of hitting the eject, the first thing he recalls is hurtling towards earth, but his visor was frosted. He felt a tug, and knew his parachute had deployed. He also knew that happens at 15,000' so he was able to flip up his visor. He was ...

      Tucson - Too hot but Tombstone and Bisbee, yeah!

      A travel blog entry by pestef on Jun 19, 2013

      17 photos

      ... during the night.

      We really only used Tucson as a place to pamper ourselves by doing very little. Being off the road for a few nights was just heavenly. All we really did was pop to the shops from time to time to grab Whole Foods supplies and cold beers. As the Whites and Buchanan's know from our tipsy Skyping, we rather enjoyed ourselves here. We did go to the airport and exchange the car though, however, they had no Nissan ...

      On to Tucson

      A travel blog entry by tbasler on Apr 11, 2013

      1 photo

      ... The court yard exhibits show the huts and one room homes. The Old Town Artisians houses Tucson artists of all kinds: painters, potters, jewelry designers, and the usual Indian Kochinas and Indian trinkets. It rambles all over the place. I had to text Pete to find him! Albuquerque's old town was much larger with interesting boutiques, galleries, museums, and restaurants. Our expectations were set a little higher for ...

      Live Bison and Dead Horses

      A travel blog entry by v5rcb on Aug 23, 2012

      6 comments, 108 photos

      ... of the communities along the way were only connected by road fairly recently due to the terrain. Boulder for example still had post delivered by pack horse until 1940 ! Everywhere we have been since Yellowstone by the way has been far from a tourist trap. Yes, there's facilities like motels when you need them but sometimes there is 100 miles of nothing between them. There are tourists but spread over such a vast area that you sometimes don't see another car for half an hour. ...