Mission Hills Casitas
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... 200 years old, they do not flower until approx 40 years old and do not get their first arm until about 70 years and can go without water for 2 years. We met up each evening for dinner with Malc's friends and had a great time catching up and meeting Susie's new husband David. A little panic at Phoenix airport, Malc left his iPhone in the rental car that we had returned, he made a return journey by shuttle bus and thankfully it was still there in the ...
This was supposed to be a trip highlight -staying on a Dude Ranch. More like a dud ranch. Our first room had dirt floors, no air conditioning and a bathroom full of spiders and insects! After lots of arguing we got what we wanted. The meals were below par. Thank heavens it was only an overnighter!
So...the bags are packed and we still have room for a few extras! SOuthwest is on time and we're off to LAX. The flight to Bangkok is a red eye, read "sleep flight". Ok....at LAX in the Cathay lounge. For 4 more hours. Good food &plentiful drink. Lots of languages and accents. Might be done with my book by boarding time, "Wild". Settling in with a cup of tea & a dessert. ...
... the base of a mountain so I think it picked up velocity as it traveled down the mountain. (Sorry I am no meteorologist so I don't know if that is how it really works, it just seemed that way). When we got up the next morning we decided to get out of there. Our drive to Tucson was uneventful it was a steady climb out of El Paso, which is actually at around 3500 ft in elevation. We climbed ...
... Desert, and it was a pioneer in the creation of
naturalistic enclosures for its animals.
d) Sabino Canyon near Tucson Arizona
Is a popular recreation area for residents and visitors of Southern Arizona,
providing a place to walk, hike or ride. Minutes away from the desert are large
waterfalls with minor bridges constructed over them. Wildlife in the canyon includes deer,
javelina, skunks, tortoises, rattlesnakes and ...
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