Villas of Cave Creek
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... them all filled with no available sites. There is a huge marina and restaurant in Scorpion Bay with large cabin cruisers and houseboats. Being Sunday the marina was buzzing with people. We were able to take Ziggy onto the dock where we ordered smoked brisket from their popular restaurant, Dillon’s BBQ. Ziggy, of course, was a hit with everyone on the dock and she got plenty of pets. We explored the other roads along the perimeter of the lake, and ...
... canyons and wild cactus flowers. Ellis' had us for a lovely dinner the night we arrived. We are enamored with the warm evenings perfect for alfresco dinning! It was so so good to see them. They are loving their home and being in AZ. Conflicted over their home in Incline and how to split their time. Two small cute towns are nearby, Carefree and Cave Creek. Cave Creek has a planned community center area with walk ways, water ...
... broke into chorus...I'd give them a C- for their performance, I'm thinking their director got to rehearsal late. The next day, she told me that she dreamed about coyotes and me hollering at her. She had simply turned over and gone back to sleep without ever hearing them. Oh, well, they weren't that good anyway!
The wind came up the 2nd night, so I think we didn't do much of anything. ...
... side. Back at camp the majority of us decided to sleep outside the hogan (traditional Navajo hut) but before bedtime we had a gathering around the campfire, Willie told us stories about life on the reservation when he was growing up. We finished the night off with toasted marshmallows, hershey bar and graham crackers. Interesting.
It was a beautiful clear night, the stars were out, the coyotes were howling, ...
... 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 ...