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... and found the skeleton of a tortoise.
Our plan was to hike up to get to as many good viewing points as we could, keeping an eye on the clock so as to get back by or before 10am. We got to the point where we were able to see the mountains to the south as well as the Catalinas to the north and the range west of Tucson. Below us, we could see into the lower sections of Box Canyon, noting the green swaths of vegetation snaking along the bottom, indicating water.
... if they wanted to talk on their cellphones. Most of the train journey was through swamp lands so interesting sights s lot of the way. The morning went quickly with a movie i needed to finish watching and the added entertainment of a really bogan southern lady who was carrying an empty cat cage and told the conductor she ate it (hopefully joking) when he asked where it was. That's the other thing. You can bring your dog or cat onto these trains. She was also ready to ...
Swimming in the cold waters around the island as the fall closed in, we then headed for Cape Breton to visit the Alexander Graham Bell museum, to listen to fiddle music and to see sunsets on the water as only you ...
... s 100% correct, the last few people on my "getting a souvenir from France" list, might just get a postcard, or a funny story. We'll see.
There are 6 of our DAR group that are on this flight so we should have a ball. Thankfully we have French speaking people in our group. At least I won't get lost the first day. I can't promise much after that.
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... 0, 0, 0); font-family: "Verdana","sans-serif&qu ot;; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">We went up and down ladders to see some extra corners