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#222641 - 01/08/06 03:04 PM Visiting Arizona
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Hi Adventure Bikers, if any of you are passing through Arizona this year espesially the wonderful eclectic community of Bisbee in south eastern Arizona, 3 miles from the Mexican border town of Naco. Drop me an email rhys@zunaniexperience.com and I'll do my best to help you have a good stay. Plenty of trails, history,vistas,good food, cold beer and more. Have a good 2006 and may your adventures and travels be fun & safe.

Always in Adventuer,
Rhys. (Zunani Experience Adventure Training)
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#323571 - 04/02/07 08:05 PM Re: Visiting Arizona [Re: Rhys]
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Hi Rhys, probably I'll come in Bisbee this April (but your item has been posted Jan. 2006).
Are you still there?
I'm cycling from Tucson to Albuquerque and depending on the weather I take the southern (Bisbee/Douglas/Truth or C itinerary, or Globe Show Low).
I suppose you have some business there?
Already got som info about this special town.

Sincerely, Arie
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#324602 - 04/06/07 09:47 PM Re: Visiting Arizona [Re: arizona]
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hi arizona,
when you are in tuscon, you HAVE to stay at the gilbert ray campground outside of tucson (i think it's to the west). i forgot what that museum close by is called.... it's a desert museum ......

trust me you will love that campground. while we cycled through northamerica we spend about 1 month in tucson and camped at gilbert ray 3 times!!!! there is also a another one just north of the city but forgot the name--didn't like that one as much as the other one--maybe because it was higher up and it was snowing at the time tongue

have terrific time and watch out for the rattle snakes grin

andeas
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#324878 - 04/08/07 11:34 PM Re: Visiting Arizona [Re: schwalli]
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Hi Andreas, I saw that Campingsite but since I camp at my cousin's place in Tucson, heading for the Sonora Desert Museum I don't need it.
Thank you anyway.

It's so hot here that some modesty is required, cycling a lot.
So Greyhound will be helpful I hope to continue to ABQ and the Grand Canyon.

Sincerely, arie
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#324879 - 04/08/07 11:46 PM Re: Visiting Arizona [Re: arizona]
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enjoy your trip!

Andreas
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#398414 - 12/24/07 09:04 PM Re: Visiting Arizona [Re: schwalli]
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Well Andreas, at last a reaction: I was in Tucson and saw this campingsite: just wonderful.
So was the Sonora Desert Museum. Actually I started riding in Colorado, from Durango-Mesa Verde-Monument Valley-Grand Canyon-Oak Creek Canyon-Payson-Globe-Tucson.

Regards, Arie

P.S. At my website (http://www.volkskrantblog.nl) you'll find some pics of the area.
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