Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center
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- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a huge area set aside for bird feeders and chairs and benches for you to sit and wait for the birds to come to you. The main attractions here were the hummingbirds, they were flocking around the sugar feeders and squabbling and fighting. It was amazing. Trying to tell one species from another was a bloomin' nightmare however, they all seemed to look the bloody same! We gave up after a while and decided to set off on the Old Vault Mine Trail at the top of ...
... 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 ...
... it out. Yes, I threw it out.
And you can probably guess by now that that was the exact hose I now needed to solve my problem. I bet Ferg is appreciating this blog by now.
So, sitting in the dark, in the middle of the Arizona desert, hoping to enter Mexico the next morning, I realized that plans would probably have to change. What were the chances I could find my much needed gas hose somewhere in Mexico?
... Highly recommend you check it out on the Internet.
After the second tour we headed to Fort Huachuca and its historical museums. Ft. Huachuca was the home to the "Buffalo Soldiers", African-American troopers that served in the southwest after the civil war. It is also the site of the Army Intelligence Museum. A few hours spent in these museums were well worth while.
Off across the southern desert to Bisbee...
... bird and ranges in central Mexico and barely into Arizona and the most southern corner of New Mexico. Sitings are rare. Our friend Don, who inspired us to get out and bird more often, has been looking for five or six years without success. The bird usual roosts at eye-level. We spread out and keep a keen eye out for him. Suddenly, our MT hunter friend spotted him! I panicked, of course, not wanting to miss the opportunity of a bird's ...