Mission Hills Casitas
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... have been coming here for +6 years. We are right in the middle several national parks. Yesterday we went to Saguaro National Park for a hike in the mountains through the cactus. Only about 20 minutes away. We hiked for about 2 hours - just a small hike by Frank standards! Some of the vistas were quite beautiful. (see pics!)
There's a golf range - an executive 9 hole on this park, 2 pools, spas and saunas in the same area. Lots ...
The beautiful Sonoran Desert landscape surrounded us at our campground in Tucson. Low-growing cacti, trees, and shrubs allowed a clear vantage point in every direction. We could see the Catalina Mountains in the distance, and I decided to drive up the mountain to hike while Jim watched college football. What a beautiful "fall" day for an adventure. The Mt Lemmon Scenic Byway ...
... Friggin' unbelievable! Time has passed so quickly and we're not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing. We get back to Chicago on 12/28, back to work on 12/30, work a few days and then leave for LA on 1/3. Ready or not, here we go! Happy New ...
... are moving on and finding happiness outside of New York, but the city doesn't feel the same when people like them move away. For every great, amazing person who leaves there are 100 corporate douchebags lined up to take their space. You can feel it. You can sense the change, and it's such a hopeless scenario.
The uneventful bus ride brought us up to Phoenix where Laura was nice enough to pick us up and take us out for a much-needed lunch. I was growing tired of Mexican ...
... br> That's right, a l o n e.
You may be asking yourselves, "Were her parents abducted by aliens or taken by rogue pirates?"
No, no they weren't.
For some strange reason my parents have decided that I am a trustworthy 18 year old girl capable of handling herself in France for two weeks without any parental supervision.
(they clearly have forgotten all about the getting lost in Paraguay on ...
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