Mission Hills Casitas
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... I, who traveled in this area years ago. Many of the plants were budded or in bloom, due to some recent rain and the spring season. Lucky us! A half-mile was enough to draw us towards the air conditioning of the visitor’s center, then the shade of a shelter to eat our lunches.
Em was a bit incredulous about the touristy nature of our next move. We paid $8 per person to climb onto a guide-driven and narrated tram ride up the canyon, when our norm would be to scoff at ...
... kinds of Sonoran vegetation to see what it would show us. We took lots of photos with our iphone and Kent got to play with his new Christmas present, an Olympus camera and telephoto lens (he is reducing his camera sizes to make it easier to carry). See the photos below and enjoy a visual feast of a rare desert morning snowfall. Many of the photos can also be seen on one of<a href="http://adobe.ly/1BqzC3x" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"> Kent's photo ...
... country then rock. Definitely tipping on that softer side of rock. Despite never hearing her music before, I really enjoyed the show. The crowds love for her helped, the atmosphere was great. After the show we headed to a bar around the corner that was offering 50c beers with your show stub. We did a round there with a couple of Swede's mates. They talked while I read the article he had written on Neko's new album. It was a good article. We headed in after the beer and it was sleep ...
... Nov 10,2013 thru May 18,2014)… So we’re off for the day… The Desert Botanical Garden Desert Botanical Garden - Official Site is a little north of Sky Harbor airport… and has been there for almost 100 years… during this time of the year… the gardens are lit at night ...
... up the drive while Jim slept through heavy construction, steep grades, no shoulder, lots of traffic and trucks. White knuckle time. He woke up in time to take over at Anthem and on home. We should stop sometime at Wupatki National Monument. Sounds like an interesting archaeological site. 106 when we got home. Lots of mesquite beans everywhere. No sign of flood ...
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