Tubac Golf Resort & Spa
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We set out on Thursday for Tubac Golf Resort after a bike ride and arrived about three hours later. After settling in we were hosted by the Delaney/Hecox duo in their new home. Our accommodations are lovely and the resort is a charming destination. I broke 90 for the first time of the season, so am smiling! It is a fun little course and I wish we …
... US cavalry, they were actually prisoners of war for over 20 years. Also an interesting section about the prostitutes that serviced the miners, many addicted to laudanum and alcohol to survive their horrible lives. Back in the car a bit of a bad decision as we think we should be able to go south right up to the Mexican border and go west on what the map book shows as an unpaved road. When we get there it's actually on the Coronado Trail, the Spanish conquistador ...
... week, some wonderful sunsets & cool some days but that's okay I have 5,000 photos to sort through!! We managed a couple of bird walks & a hike, it's nice to be miles from anywhere & get back to nature!! In all 8 months away we have moved every 3 - 5 days, so this was a very welcome break.
The weather forecast January 30 & 31st was rain, rain & more ...
Today was a road trip day! We have not previously had the opportunity to visit the Tumacacori National Historic Park and wanted to check it out. We really enjoyed our visit to the Mission San Xavier del Bac a couple of years ago and had also heard great stories of Tubac. So this morning we headed south along I-19.
Our first stop in Tubac was the Presidio State Historic Park where some of the original building still stand ...
Today we drove south to Tumacacori, where the latest church was built by the Franciscans from 1802 to 1821. The site was originally visited by a Jesuit named Padre Eusebio Francisco Kino in 1687. Because of political conflict between Spain and Portugal, the Jesuits were deported in 1767 and replaced by the Franciscans. Long story ...