Monthly Archives: January 2016

Visit to UA and Hiking Bear Canyon

Tucson, AZ We really enjoy riding our bicycles but consider ourselves to be “Florida bikers.”  In other words, we like to ride over flat terrain.  The city of Tucson is very flat (while surrounded by mountains) so one day this … Continue reading

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To Naco and Back (to Tucson)

Tucson, AZ Naco is a small town a hundred miles southeast of Tucson located right on the Mexican border, less than ten miles from the former mining town of Bisbee.   While Bisbee is now a neat town filled with … Continue reading

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Hiking Around Tucson

Tucson, AZ Since New Year’s Day we have been doing some fairly easy hikes in the Tucson area.  Twice we went out to the Robles Pass area of Tucson Mountain Park, where there are a number of trails that can … Continue reading

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Holiday Hiking in Tucson

Tucson, AZ As she has each year since we began full-timing, our daughter, Jessica, flew out Christmas Day for a visit.  This year she was coming to Arizona.   A flight from Baltimore to Tucson would require changing planes in … Continue reading

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