Mission Hills Casitas
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... forgotten to repack our sunscreen for reapplication. We were bound to become crispy before our day was done.
Just as we were planning to mooch off fellow tourists, there was a bit of a commotion in the path just in front of Bob, who reached his arm out to stop a man from stepping on a snake crossing in front of him. Immediately afterward, we, you guessed it, heard a rattle and saw a snake tail in the air. Then the snake stood down and slithered under a shrub, where we ...
... which was great!
We travelled here on our own, as the Anakas and Sorensons spent an extra night at Gila Bend to break the trip up. Our campsite, #53A, was perfect, backed up against the aforementioned desert landscape. We biked over 12 km around the campground, and took the opportunity of ...
A early flight, a stop in Seattle, a stop in LAX, an arrival in Phoenix, a drive to Tucson, and we were finally at Daddy and Linda's! We arrived and my step-brother Pat was there too! We had a great Christmas Eve evening chatting and eating and catching up. It is SO good to be ...
... to get directions back.
On my return it was dinner time. Swede got most of his work done and we headed to an English bar. It was a little further so I drove. We sat outside in a busy patio and the place was alive with people. This was a better setting, a cool evening, the setting sun, and a noisy bar. The atmosphere was great. But I needed an early night as I had an early start on my trip north tomorrow. We headed back and I camped on the couch as Swede watched House ...
... While we were in Yuma, we stopped at market garden road stop and picked up some farms produce. In their area are acres and acres of reclaimed land from the desert that they are farming. All the stores have their plants on sale for yards and gardens. I know we are not nearly that stage at home.
Camped in Walmart parking lot......day is done. One can get tired just driving.
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