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Old 01-01-2014, 03:23 PM   #31
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Thanks everyone.
Both Kay and I put in our last day of work today. We are now officially "off the clock" for good.
Looking at both Phoenix and Tucson. Both areas have a lot to see for someone who's never been to either area. We've watched the weather in both cities for over week now, and compared to the cold around here, we think either area would be fine for us.
Any suggestions on specific facilities? We may not be able to mention them by name in this forum, but thought I'd ask anyway.
We're thinking about splitting the winter between the two areas and seeing more of Arizona. We both have an interest in geology and archeology so we're pretty easily entertained (rocks and people).
Our leisure time will be spent under the awning or visiting with new friends we make along the way. NOT shoveling snow or raking leaves.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Looking forward to this sooooo much!
We researched the Phoenix area, Tucson and Yuma. For this year we are trying Mesa Spirit in Mesa, but check out a few RV parks in the Phoenix area & Tucson.
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Old 01-01-2014, 06:27 PM   #32
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We researched the Phoenix area, Tucson and Yuma. For this year we are trying Mesa Spirit in Mesa, but check out a few RV parks in the Phoenix area & Tucson.

I stayed at Mesa Spirit 2 time each was for around 7 days. They were friendly people and they do use" Passport America".
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We use to winter in AZ. quite often before our daughter moved to TX. We would stay in the Casa Grande area which is between Phoenix and Tucson. It had good eating places, a mall, and everything else a person needed without the large city. The two cities were close enough that if a person wanted to go to either one, it was an easy drive.
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