Photo Index – Thanksgiving in Tubac - 2005


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Sign at entrance to Village of Tubac, Arizona's oldest town and once its capital and now an important arts and crafts colony


Arch marks historic Otero family ranch, which formerly was in private hands dating back to Spain's ownership of much of the Southwest


Betty by rose garden outside Casita No. 107 at Tubac Golf Resort. Heated pool is steps away.


Rose beds border many of the resort's posadas (one room) and casitas (suites).

Saucer-sized rose outside our casita


Fireplace in casita is stocked daily with mesquite logs, firestarter and newspaper pages


One bedroom casita is spacious and comfortable and separate from the living and kitchenette areas


View of cottonwood tree line along sunken Santa Cruz River with Whipple Observatory atop mountain peak in backround.


View of arid mountains of the Sonoran Desert from Tubac Golf Course


Lewis and Casey by golf cart at Tubac with high temps in the mid 70s in late Novemeber, 2005


Betty and Casey by Tubac golf course


Lewis on putting green


Casey on putting green with golf clubhouse in background


Betty and Casey by putting green, November 2005


Casey outside crafts shop in Village of Tubac


Betty and Casey outside shop in grimy Nogales, Mexico where poverty is endemic but liquor, silver and vanilla cheap


Betty Nolan by front wall of San Javier del Bac Mission just outside Tucson



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