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From Ascaping Covid and Winter in Arizona by marilyn swett

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marilyn swett replied to a comment by Scott Anderson on Still Hunting for Those Cranes!

Yes, they are coming to the same e-mail address and you are the only that it seems to be happening to. Thanks for the tip on the AZ riding, although I like the idea of biking downhill at the end of a ride.

6 months ago
Scott Anderson replied to a comment by marilyn swett on Still Hunting for Those Cranes!

The emails are a mystery to me. Do they come to the same email address? And do you experience this from others’ comments as well, or is it just me?

As far as the Chiracahuas are concerned, I think you could just park at the visitor center and bike either direction: east and up to the end of the pavement at Masai Point,or the other direction back toward Pierce or Dos Cabesos.

6 months ago
marilyn swett replied to a comment by Scott Anderson on Still Hunting for Those Cranes!

Thanks for the link to your other journal. We'll add 181 and the monument to our list if we can find a place to park for an out and back ride. FYI - your replys to me are being duplicated on my computer, so I get 2 of every message you send?

6 months ago
Scott Anderson replied to a comment by marilyn swett on Still Hunting for Those Cranes!

There is only one paved road, but it’s well worth biking. No shoulder if I remember correctly, but there was very little traffic either. Here was our experience: https://www.cycleblaze.com/journals/tucson16/day-ride-from-pearce/.

6 months ago
Scott Anderson replied to a comment by marilyn swett on a photo in Another Benson Ride and Heading Home

No, and I’d like to go back and ride further. We’ve considered driving over there for a day ride, but it’s a bit far.

6 months ago
marilyn swett replied to a comment by Scott Anderson on a photo in Another Benson Ride and Heading Home

How fun! Did you make it to the end of the road? My atlas show that there is some sort of old west town and movie set further north?

6 months ago
marilyn swett replied to a comment by Bill Shaneyfelt on Back Home Again

Thanks for reading the journal and all the ID help!

6 months ago
marilyn swett replied to a comment by Scott Anderson on Still Hunting for Those Cranes!

I think we'll explore more of the area north of Wilcox. But it looks like there is only one paved road going to and into Chiricahua NM? The tandem doesn't handle dirt or gravel well, so we steer clear of those.

6 months ago
marilyn swett replied to a comment by Mike Ayling on Another Benson Ride and Heading Home

Thanks Mike!

6 months ago
marilyn swett replied to a comment by Bill Shaneyfelt on a photo in Hitting the Road to Saddlebrook

Thanks Bill- I think you're correct. This is another one that wasn't listed in my book.

6 months ago
marilyn swett replied to a comment by Bill Shaneyfelt on a photo in Back to the Caverns

Just another one of my musings when sitting on the back of a tandem!

6 months ago
marilyn swett replied to a comment by Kathleen Jones on Back Home Again

I'm glad you enjoyed the journal. I hope that next time I'll be able to do one during the trip rather than play catch-up at home. Vaccine roll-out is slow here and we're not eligible yet for ours. Hopefully by March or April!

6 months ago
marilyn swett replied to a comment by Kathleen Jones on a photo in Doing the Catalina Two Step

Yup - by the time we moved to our last site at Catalina, that bell was totally demolished!

6 months ago
Mike Ayling commented on Another Benson Ride and Heading Home

You have great bird pics in your journal!

6 months ago
Scott Anderson commented on a photo in Another Benson Ride and Heading Home

I remember this truck! I took a photo of it also.

6 months ago