Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center

Address: 686 Harshaw Rd, Patagonia, Arizona, 85624, United States | Spa
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This spa, located on 686 Harshaw Rd, Patagonia, is near Parker Canyon Lake and Patagonia Mountains.
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    Travel Blogs from Patagonia

    A Great Visit, with bonuses...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on May 07, 2015


    ... rain this year and as a result will close the Campground around the first of June. The run-off makes the road nearly impossible to navigate. We saw a number of birds there, including black vultures, turkey buzzards, an acorn woodpecker and Mexican Jays. The day was perfect, in the low seventies with a nice breeze to add to the level of comfort.
    We got home, showered and went into Sierra Vista to meet up with Mel’s ...

    Tombstone, Bisbee, Sierra Vista, Ft Huachua

    A travel blog entry by tbasler on May 01, 2015

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    ... for the tourists. I bought a beautiful pair of beautiful Navajo Indian earrings, with spiny oyster and green turquoise stones. From there we continued to Bisbee. Cute bigger western and historical landmark town. Walked the streets, climbed a lot of stairs, and had lunch a a Vietnamese restaurant. Small and local with good food. Decided to check out Cindi and Jim's in Sierra Vista on our way back and a drive through Ft Huachua where Pete had some IG work in the ...

    In every life a little rain must fall...

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Oct 13, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Nostalgia and then an Underground Wonderland

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Jan 23, 2013

    5 photos

    ... and enjoyed the stars.

    Kartchner Caves State Park is one of only 10 living limestone caves in the world. And, it is the only one open to the public. The caves were discovered by two amateur caves in the seventies. They tracked down the family that owned the land and worked with them to preserve the caves in secrecy until arrangements for the proper management of the caverns could be made. Over a period in excess of ...

    The Penultimate Bird Walk

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jan 24, 2011

    21 photos

    ... 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 ...