Villas of Cave Creek

Address: 38001 N. Schoolhouse Road, Cave Creek, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85331, United States | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa, located on 38001 N. Schoolhouse Road, Cave Creek, is near Boulders Resort Golf Club, Boulders Resort - North Course, Boulders Resort - South Course, and Rancho Manana Golf Club.
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      Our trip to Asia began on October 2nd, 2014

      A travel blog entry by foxybj14 on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... our dinner conversation very lively, as evidenced that we were the last to leave the dining room at around 10:30. Jim and I feel we ,"got lucky"! THURSDAY, Oct 9th: Today we arrive in Kaohsiung, Taiwan's second largest city, (Formerly Formosa) It was founded during the Ming Dynasty, later settled by the Dutch, ceded to Japan, then handed back to China. Once again we expected a small city, and were overwhelmed by the size of the port and the vastness of the surroundings. We ...

      Coming up for air

      A travel blog entry by kingcotti on Mar 03, 2014


      ... early" in our early start. In midst of the conversation, Glacier National Park entered (stage right, I presume) and she and I discovered a connection. Her friends, the Blacks of St. Paul, owned St. Mary's Lodge on the east entrance to GNP. I worked there, for the Blacks, in the summers of 1967 & 1968. And the chances of such an encounter are...?

      Oh, I know! The same as the chances ...

      An evening with Willie Blackwater

      A travel blog entry by curryinahurry on Aug 15, 2013

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      ... Willie grew up on the reservation and by all accounts life was tough. The children were taken away to boarding school after a certain age only seeing their parents for 3 months of the year. They were given English names translated as closely as possible to their Indian names. During the second W.W. 20 young Navajo Indians were recruited in to the army as code talkers. The Navajo language was used to ...

      Hi o silver away....

      A travel blog entry by robannie on Dec 21, 2012

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      ... awesome.. as we rode along the trail he told stories of how the native apache indians were driven out of the area by the white man to towns many miles away with totally different landscapes and therefore very few knew how to survive alone in the new surroundings, so had to become dependant on the state making their culture eventually disappear altogether so so sad..and we are only talking less than 100 years ago..!!.. seeing it and hearing it first hand was ...

      It's hot here!

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2012

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      ... 99 and supposed to be a low of 93 tonight. I am seeing lightening to the south west so we may get some rain.(I think the high turned out to be 112.) I was up early and showered and at 8:20 Don L was here to follow me to the car repair place in AJ. I left the car and he brought me home. I was right- did not need all the repairs so he did only the necessary ones, (air filter and rear transmission seal) today and was only $73!! But I have to go back next week for the ...