My wife and I are thinking strongly of retiring in about 10 years to Sierra Vista and I'm looking for a place and climate that will let me ride year round. Is Sierra Vista such a place?
I am moving to Sierra Vista next month for my job and I am a vegetarian. I found a few places that provide food for my diet but would like to know more. I am specifically looking for a place that I can buy bulk tofu... because the packs at Wal-Mart aren't cheap (and not very much to choose from). Also looking for dining options and any grocers that would have vegetarian options. Any advice is welcomed and very much appreciated!
I really hope I am posting in the right place, thanks so much.
My husband and I are moving to Huchuca in December, I am just curious if this town is really as dead boreing as I am expecting. I would also like to attempt to meet a few locals in the area, is there a chat room available or are any of you locals crazy enough to meet a person who feels like she is going into exile lol. I am a HUGE fan of deserts in general, so no matter how bad the place is I am sure to find a million interesting things.... I see the last post was in 2003 lol, is anyone still out there reading these?
Has anyone heard of Greyhawk Ranch? I am a den leader and would like to take our boys (den 4 from pack 429) hiking on the 27th of April. I was told Greyhawk Ranch is great and there is a beaver dam on the property, but I cannot find it! Please help. This would be a great activity for my cub scouts, now that the weather is so lovely. Thanks in advance for your help.
Hi, In February we plan to visit Tucson and then drive up to Sierra Vista. I have a great fear of heights. Is the drive really steep? Thanks!