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Feb 23, 2020 - Catalina State Park Feb 20 - Feb 23
Catalina State Park is a park that we enjoyed and look forward to on another visit when we would schedule a longer stay. All of the rv sites were huge, spread way apart from each other. The park is a go-to park for day use visitors near Phoenix with easy to challenging hiking and equestrian trails in the foothills and those that go higher up the mountain. In fact, there is also a special rv campground for the horsey set with big spaces for their horse trailers and trucks as well as a nice barn with inside and outside stalls for the...Jump to full entry
Jun 26, 2009 - HOME!!!!!!!
Friday 6/26 - Five weeks and one day from the beginning of our trip. All good things must end - it was good bye to the Helga and Giles as we headed home. A short 4 hours later, with a quick stop at Trader Joe's ..we pulled into our driveway. It was a long trip but we're so glad we did it - great friends, food and laughter!!! Thanks to all for their hospitality. Now it's your turn to head out west - the door is always open Patty and JimJump to full entry
May 21, 2009 - can't believe it...but yes, we're on the road again!!!!
Getting home on Sunday and taking off again on Thursday is more than a little crazy. I don't think we slept past 0400 Monday, Tueday or Wednesday and our days were full with errands, car repairs, hair appointments and of course, American Idol. We woke up early on Thursday also, about 0530, so we took off as soon as we got the car packed. No real reason to wait. After driving for a few hours, we looked at each other and agreed that it didn't feel strange at all, in fact, it felt very natural to be back "on the road again". Our drive up...Jump to full entry
Dec 21, 2007 - Biosphere 2, etc.
December 20, 2007 - Great grandson Logan's birthday. Happy birthday, sweetie... December 21, 2007 - Happy birthday, Jolene (our daughter-in-law) After spending almost an hour trying to find a route to the Biosphere 2 without going through Tucson, and ending up in a rancher's driveway, we finally cried Uncle and headed up Interstate 10 through Tucson (which has quite a few exits closed due to construction). Biosphere 2 was constructed in 1986 to understand how natural environments create habitable conditions for human sustainability, in...Jump to full entry