We were up on Mt. Lemmon today. Seeing the small amount of snow on the ground, it reminded us that Tucson ski season is just around the corner. We had a delicious breakfast, with great service, at the Iron Door Restaurant at Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley.
Fanster reports, “Max Foster, a writer for the Payson Roundup, suggests that the decision of ASU higher-ups to abandon scenic Camp Tontozona near Payson as the Devils’ preseason training ground, is coming back to haunt the program.”
We were there, and we agree. There was history, tradition, and winning spirit at Camp Tontozona. You don’t have that in that big inflatable practice field.
The Tucson Rodeo Parade celebrated 85 years, and today over 2000 people, 650 horses and 65 wagons paraded through the streets. It is the largest non motorized parade in the United States.
The ProRodeo Competition started today and the action started fast. The final performance is on Sunday.
From Feb 20-28th, the rodeo in Tucson, Arizona will feature seven professional rodeo events. Six of the events, bareback riding, steer wrestling, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, team roping and bull riding are sanctioned by the Professional Cowboys Rodeo Association.
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The Catalina Mountains in had rain and snow this morning, but the PGA Tour players are back on the golf course at Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona, just north of Tucson.
The Accenture Match Play Championship finishes up tomorrow, and ASU-Alumnus, Paul Casey, is positioned well.
For entry fee information, visit BobbyBeynon.com.
All proceeds from the event are deposited in the ASU Foundation, a separate non-profit organization that exists to support ASU in the name of The Bobby Beynon Memorial Scholarship & Endowment Fund.