Wyndham Canoa Ranch Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Reservation. It was built in 1873 by Franciscan missionaries and is the only mission in the nation still active in preaching to the Tohono O'odham. From there I visited the Tucson Botanical Gardens, a beautiful oasis in the heart of Tucson. It consists of 17 specialty gardens plus a live tropical butterfly house -- gorgeous flowers and cacti and stunning butterflies. And, because I'm always nice ...
... on I-10 only 10 miles from a Camping World. God was definitely looking after us. Camping World was wonderful -- they were able to do enough emergency repairs to get us going again. Sassy and Odie were good troopers -- they spent close to 12 hours in the carriers, between the truck and on a Camping World table. When we finally were able to get into the trailer, they crashed -- Sassy got a drink in the kitchen sink and then collapsed on ...
... and they will turn on Green – prior to the dedicated LTGA. However, since their view is impeded by the long line waiting to turn green on the other side of the intersection, a cat-and-mouse game ensues as left turn vehicles sneak forward to glimpse if the coast is clear or not. More cautious drivers don’t even enter the intersection at all. Instead, they sit waiting on the Green to turn Red secure in the knowledge that after the Red, the next thing will be ...
... spent a fine day in Carefree with Merrily's brother/wife, Terry & Ruth. Their back patio opens onto a desert expanse & I watched many wild hares criss-crossing in and around the cacti while we had lunch out there. Sorry, however, that I wasn't around to see the javelinas that sometimes park themselves on the mat in front of their patio door. Maybe next time!
Had lunch out a few times and managed to duck paying the bill ...
... capture the beauty. We took a couple of hikes. A short hike to an area with petroglyphs dating back as far as 8,000 years ago demonstrated just how long humans have been living in or visiting this area. Later we took a little longer hike as the sun was lowering. While we couldn’t wait around for sunset, this is worthy of a repeat visit for some great sunset photography ...