Flying Solo at the Cave Creek VIC

Cave Creek Visitor Information Center
Cave Creek Visitor Information Center

I completed my first day solo at the Cave Creek Visitor Information center today. We had ten visitors and a rain storm. I successfully answered all questions. One visitor signed the guest book and mentioned that I was a ‘very pleasant hostess’. I surmise the day was a success. In between the 10 visitors I practiced mandolin, read a novel, researched gila monsters and quail, and cleaned the bathrooms.

Can you find Portal on the map? This is the Chiricahua Mountain range.
Can you find Portal on the map? This is the Chiricahua Mountain range.
This is a hand made sculpture of the Chiricahua Mountain range.
This is a hand made sculpture of the Chiricahua Mountain range.
Arial view. The white dot in the upper right corner is the VIC location.
Arial view. The white dot in the upper right corner is the VIC location.
Pretty but non-native butterflies.
Pretty but non-native butterflies.
The main room. The table in the foreground holds the 3-D map of the Chiricahua Mountains.
The main room. The table in the foreground holds the 3-D map of the Chiricahua Mountains.
These two snakes get along but are not related. One is a black rattler from the Rincon Mountains. The other is a black-tailed rattler.
These two snakes get along but are not related. One is a black rattler from the Rincon Mountains. The other is a black-tailed rattler.
The Gila Monster is peeling.
The Gila Monster is peeling.
The Diamond back was lethargic today.
The Diamond back was lethargic today.
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3 thoughts on “Flying Solo at the Cave Creek VIC”

  1. I was just thinking that you have maintained this blog for many years. good job and keep up the good work.

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