Lodge at Ventana Canyon
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... hawks in flight, bighorn sheep, a mountain lion, bobcats, prairie dogs, rattlesnakes, ocelot, javelinas (the j is pronounced as an h) and beautiful hummingbirds to name a few. One evening we started talking about gun laws in the US. I discovered that Mark is a keen hunter and he offered to take me out to shoot targets. Unlikely to get the chance again I decided to give it a go. We started with a pellet gun. I managed to hit the cardboard box target right in the middle on ...
... on the west side of Tucson near the Saguaro Cactus Nat'l Monument and Desert Museum. Somehow, sunsets just look right with the saguaros in the foreground. The best part by far? the coyotes' serenade while the sun was going about its business of setting. "Who could ask for anything more?"
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... come FLYING OUT OF THE TRUCK into my arms. Traveling makes him a lunatic. Fred on the other hand was tapped out. With an hour left to go decided he was done for the day. He wasn't going back in the truck. Good thing I do CrossFit! I picked his stubborn 90 lb. ass up and threw him in! After the Houdini trick Bentley pulled we headed out via I-10 and stopped at the dinosaurs by Palm Springs. These are the Dino's from PeeWee's Big Adventure. I was so excited to go see them, the good ...
... we start?
Ahhhh, let's start at the very beginning, a very good place to start.
For those of you who didn't follow my adventures in Paraguay (no that's not in Africa), or for those of you whose memory does not extend back that far, I am going to tell you a little story.
Once upon a time there was a sprightly young child by the name of Erin (that's me). Her dream was to go to France, her dream was in sight, she ...