We are now three friends together in the desert outside Tucson. Karen and Bob from Chase, BC have joined Terry and Edie and Doug and I. We went to Tiny’s for dinner. Tiny’s is a “biker bar” but we have been there twice before and the food was excellent.
The place was packed. The waitress did not take a very good picture but once again the food was delicious and plentiful. Be prepared if you visit Tiny’s, they only take cash.
Edie, Karen, Toni, Doug, Bob and Terry
We are parked behind a hill known as Snyder Hill. Yesterday morning, early before it got hot, Doug and I climbed that hill. It was not easy, well not easy for me, but I did it.
There was a lot to see from up there.
There are our rigs.
Bob and Karen’s “Journey” on the left, then a stranger, then Terry and Edie’s
Our rig on the left, and then Bob and Karen’s
There were some strange things to see as well. This is an RV park with a rifle range.
and tell me, why would a house in Tucson, Arizona, need two huge chimneys?
See the golf tee. Ha ha, like hitting golf balls off the moon.
What happened here? This saguaro is less than 5 feet tall, and it has all these arms but it is obviously dead.
On the way down, treacherous to say the least, we explored three little caves. The first two were inhabited by pack rats, but the third…who would have thought…
honey bees!!!!!!!! in a cave!!!! we were very careful.
There is a pair of very interesting birds hanging around. They are gigantic. They have a nest, maybe in another cave, and hunt constantly. We haven’t been able to get a picture of them in flight but they have that extra row of feathers at the end of their wings, like pin feathers. Anyone know what this could be?