Over The Hill With Sherry

Traveling – It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller

Kartchner Caverns located outside Benson AZ is a State Park and is another jewel found in the desert. Here at Kartchner Caverns, they do not let you take pictures, in fact, the only thing you can take is the clothes you are wearing. They are very concerned about preserving this “living” cave in its most …

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Mission San Xavier Del Boc is a jewel in the desert, it is only one of 3 Sonoran Desert Missions left which serves the locals as an active church for which it was built. The mission was built from 1783-1797 and is believed that the Tohono O’odham Indians helped build it. Mission San Xavier is under …

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I left Why, AZ January 25th and arrived in Tucson, AZ which was about a 3-hour drive. I decided to visit “Old Tucson Studios” on January 27th. Old Tucson is located about 12 miles on the outskirts of Tucson in the Saguaro National Park. A perfect setting for an old west town with nothing but …

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On January 29, 2016, I headed off to see the Pima Air & Space Museum. It was just one exit away from where I was boondocking at the Flying J truck stop, so that was pretty convenient. Pima Air & Space Museum is one of the largest non-government funded aerospace museums. It is also the …

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Ajo….Pronounced “ah-ho” means “garlic” in Spanish, but historians believe the town got its name from a Tohono O’odham word meaning “place of colored clay.” Ajo is 10 miles North of Why, AZ and today is mostly a retirement community and popular tourist attraction for attractions in the area. We spent a couple days on and off …

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I left Yuma, AZ January 18th and drove three hours East, then south to a place called Why, AZ with my friend Chris. So are any of you wondering where in the heck is Why, AZ? Well so was I …..It’s a tiny, rural community in Southern Arizona that is 30 miles from Mexico and …

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Today, January 20, 2016, we (I, Chris and Marsha) took a drive to the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Oh! my goodness, what a gorgeous place. We first stopped at the visitor center and watched a movie and listened to a park ranger talk to us about three different types of Cacti and some of …

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