Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center
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... around, looks wonderful with the blue heat haze. Back down and pass a girl in Western clothes singing with her guitar as we go into the museum where we read about the mining, there was every kind of mineral not just the copper that was so profitable for the new electric wires that were suddenly needed, gold and silver too. Sad to leave it's such an interesting place and really nice people as well, but onwards to Tombstone. We get there with an hour to spare ...
... boat in last time we were here & explored some of the islands & shore. This time we didn't bother - shows you how tired we are!! We are more into relaxing & reading at this point!! I did ask a guy with the same inflatable kayak as I have how he liked it & was surprised when he said terrible!! I really like mine & find it quite comfortable! He said he was really uncomfortable sitting in the middle! In looking at his ...
... we did not have major problems and were able to make camp on the north side of Hermosillo city by early afternoon.
The next morning, two trucks with "green angels" came to escort us through the city of Hermosillo. These are government vehicles who are assigned to our caravan to ensure our safety. At various times throughout our trip, they will look after our passage. Hermosillo has a population of 450,000, so it was a bit tricky to stay ...
... changing. Gone was the 100+ degree heat and coming on the horizon was a very unseasonal storm. The area got lots of rain in September too which is why it looks like springtime around here – wild flowers abound and much of the desert is covered with greenery.
Rain, rain, go away (or go to California). And the worst thing about it was that the coming rain obscured our much anticipated viewing of the Blood Moon – full lunar ...
... which is really just being paid to have fun - definitely rates as one of the ultimate jobs :-)
The walk between stations was, at times, a little treacherous, after all, we were climbing through canyons I suppose :-)
At one point we got to a swing bridge that we had to be attached to with our safety lines before we could cross, I loved it, Humberto breathed a really loud sigh of relief when I got to the other side :-) I think that after that he really relaxed as ...