Monthly Archives: March 2019

Montezuma Castle, Montezuma Well, and Tuzigoot

March 27-28, 2019 It never ceases to amaze me what “primitive” peoples could accomplish. Those men, women, and children who built and lived in Montezuma Castle, Montezuma Well, and Tuzigoot were masters of how to live in harmony with nature. … Continue reading

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Fear of the Unknown

March 25, 2019 People we’ve met have asked how we live as we do. How did we make the leap and give up everything that was familiar, comfortable, routine? Many have thought about doing it but the fear of the … Continue reading

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Biosphere 2 and Catalina State Park

March 24-26, 2019 We hopped on over to Catalina State Park to position ourselves better for a visit to Biosphere 2 where we planned to catch some very cool science. Biosphere 2 Biosphere 1 is Planet Earth. Biosphere 2, a … Continue reading

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Titan Missile Site, Sahuarita, AZ

March 18, 2019 There is ONE Titan II missile remaining in its missile silo. The silo and payload area have been rigged so it cannot be launched and a there is a hole cut in the cone of the missile … Continue reading

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Tucson Area Adventures

March 17-24, 2019 Gilbert Ray Campground This is a beautiful county campground west of Tucson. They don’t take reservations and fill quickly so people start lining up at 8:30 waiting for the office to open at 9:00. We enjoyed nice … Continue reading

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Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Ajo and the Desert Rain Cafe

March 9 – 17, 2019 We spent a week dry camping at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Don’t worry if you haven’t heard of it. We hadn’t either until we pulled up the National Park properties in Arizona and there … Continue reading

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