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... to take it easy so as not to re-injure it.
Sraddha was offered an opportunity to remain for two more weeks at Ananda Village then she will fly up to Oregon to visit friends at Ananda Laurelwood, our summer home, so I returned to Tucson to resume my routine of daily exercises, meditation, cycling and photography. Plus I am trying to spend time learning more about photoshop and how to make my photos better through ...
About 2.5 hours driving later, we arrived in Roswell and checked into our hotel. The first thing we did was go and check out the "bottomless lakes" about 15 miles out in the middle of the desert, outside Roswell,NM.
Bottomless lakes are small lakes on the eastern escarpment of the pecos river valley. The escarpment is actually a limestone reef, similar to those in carlsbad caverns. The lakes were formed because large underground caves ...
- After a late lunch at subway, Mo and I headed for New Mexico.
- We stopped in Tucson, filling our car with gas and even had small chat with the clerk, explaining how we are on a trip for my birthday and from California. He said for my birthday that I deserved one free item from the store so of course I took a bottle of water can't be ...
... mē). It is also home since 1991 to the Arizona Aviation Hall of Fame.
Opened to the public in May 1976 with 48 aircraft on display, the Museum's main hangar houses an SR-71A Blackbird, an A-10 Warthog, an Air Force Through the Years exhibit, and a mock-up of a control tower.
The museum is adjacent to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. The 309th Aerospace Maintenance ...
... basically climbs directly up through rocky (including huge numbers of amazingly-sized boulders; I had never seen that), mountainous terrain up to over 4000 feet elevation, and then drops right back down again to sea level, over the course of about 100 miles. Through a majority of those miles, there are consistent strong crosswinds and the road signage indicates such, so not a lot of cruise control happening along that ...