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On the Border

Parker Canyon Lake is only a couple of miles from the Mexican border, seriously like two miles. You can see a mountain across the lake and that’s Mexico. Normally that wouldn’t bother me. I mean we are in a National Forest and there are other campers, the camp host and of course, rangers. But why Continue Reading

Somewhere in Sonoita

Sonoita is south and east of Tucson about 30 miles from the Mexican border and 28 miles from Parker Canyon Lake where we’re camped. It’s one of the few areas in Arizona where vineyards grow and wine is produced. Think of Sonoita as Cowboy Wine Country. Sonoita Mercantile. There’s a restaurant next to the Mercantile. Continue Reading