Category: Hike

Picacho Peak Park

On Wednesday, Pam and Terry went to Picacho Peak State Park. With all the rain have had, the desert flowers were blooming early.

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Sabino Canyon Trail

The group traveled to Sabino Canyon to walk the trails. Another great set of trails in Tucson. We started at the visitor center at the Bear Canyon Trailhead.

We walked up the Phoneline trail, but it we could not stay on it due the creek running strong from recent rains. We changed course and hiked to the Sabino Damn which created Sabino Lake.

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Tucson Update

We have been at Desert Trails RV Park for a couple of weeks. We leave next week on the 31st and head back to Palm Creek for February and March.

The weather turned cool (55-degree highs / 30-degree lows). But sunny. Not hiking as much as we should. A couple of 4 and 5 mile hikes in the Tuscon Mountain Park. The RV Park is right next to the park.

We traveled back to Benson, AZ to visit the SKP Coop (we are on the waiting list) and have lunch at Mi Casa with Terry and Kirk. We reaffirmed how much we like the SKP park and Mi Casa Restaurant. For fun, we stopped at the local San Pedro Golf Course for a drink. Nice place with great views.

We toured a couple of Robson 55+ retirement communities, but decided we are not ready yet to buy in Arizona. Going to focus on our future property on Squaw Lake in Wisconsin.

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Anthony Lake Hike

On Friday, Pam and Kelly drove (31 miles) to Anthony Like to hike in the mountains. We hiked around Anthony Lake, Black Lake and Lilly Pad Lake.

The hikes were easy and well-marked. In all, we hiked just over 4 miles. The trails were not crowded for a Friday. We only ran into a few people. Very calm and relaxing hike.

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Garden of Eden Trail

The 3.75-mile hike begins in unremarkable shrub, wiregrass and longleaf pine. Don’t be deceived. The Garden of Eden Trail quickly takes you on an adventure into an exotic Florida landscape.

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