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Mar 11, 2012 - Sunrise

The rising moon picture was certainly a beauty. This mornings sunrise was a colorful reminder that the beginning of another day is worth celebrating. So we did... We headed up to Cave Creek and went to a Cousin Terry recommended Catina a named El Encanto. A wonderful open air but covered setting with a little faux lake to one side. Live acoustic guitar music floated throughout, waiters carefully attended to guests, the smells of traditional Mexican faire, and the happy sounds of Sunday conversations with friends and family. Nancy had their...

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Mar 10, 2012 - Reflection

We spent more time with our free spirited cousin Terry and hubby Richard a few days ago. Richard’s subtle sarcastic sense of humor was in full play, which we really enjoyed. They also invited their friends John and Elaine and we all enjoyed the outdoor patio, lively conversation, some good food, a little beer and a wee bit of wine. It was as though we had been friends in another time and just had to catch up. So much so that we hope to invite them all to our next campground to enjoy an afternoon under the shade of Chabago’s awning...

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Mar 5, 2012 - A comfortable 82 degrees

Sitting by the water is such a relaxing thing to do, and we have certainly enjoyed doing just that. This park really filled up over the weekend with plenty of locals accompanied by every kind of watercraft you could imagine. We watched what may have been a sailboat regatta on Saturday morning that included over 40 boats. The contrast between the white sails, deep blue water, with a Sonoran desert backdrop was very interesting. Later in the day we watched a few skiers, sailboarders, speedy jet skis, and loads of powered boats. We also...

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Mar 1, 2012 - Lake Pleasant

March has arrived here with lots of sunshine, reasonable temps and a promise of more of the same. And WE have now arrived at Lake Pleasant Regional Park, which is north of Peoria. Nice quiet location and we are right at the waters edge. Our biggest challenge here was getting Chabago level. Normally we can back or pull into a sight, hit the auto level button, and just wait for all four jacks to be deployed to get us level. Not in this case. I ended up using every piece of wood I brought, plus the “wood curb” that was already here to get us...

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