The place is very nice, built back into the Catalina mountains as part of the landscape. There is a golf course, of course, and a couple of swimming pools, but a lot of the vegetation is native and great care was taken in building the resort to leave the 3500 saguaro cacti on the site unharmed.
We ate like king and queen and were very well taken care of, but we had a great time staying in shape at the same time. We had brought our bicycles and swim suits, and we spent the bigger part of each morning cycling and swimming. The resort had one pool for adults only, and every morning we had the pool to ourselves.
We made one short car outing: we drove the Catalina Highway to Mt Lemmon at 9,000 feet. I had made that trip once and Dan had never been there.
So we are home again, and content to get back into the routine and scale down the portions a bit. I do find, however, that I am burning more calories these days and can pack the food pretty well. And what's even better, I think that I am in the best shape of my life. Ever. Not so bad at 62. Now if only I could get rid of those wrinkles...