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We are still here in Tucson. The campground is lined with fruit trees - pink/white grapefruit, oranges, lemons/limes. It was pretty awesome...we were able to pick fresh fruit - especially the lemons and limes to go with our grey goose...LOL. Tucson is surrounded by mountains, it's too bad that the landscape gets littered by the high tension wires, etc. The mountains are really beautiful, especially the sunsets.
10/7/14 - Had a ...
... country we live in; and despite all the joking (ya right) we are having a truly wonderful experience and are blessed to have been able to do this while we are still (somewhat) able!
So today was the Desert Museum. This place has several acres of land with trails that take you around the perimeter and through the middle. Each trail leads you to the types of animals that live in the desert in live habitats. There were ...
... around on the main streets, so it has become a profitable business to purchase one and use it as a taxi cab. Therefore, every bar has three or four parked outside of it and they will give you a "free" home for a gratuity (i.e. whatever you can afford).
Unfortunately Laura's house was not within the golf cart limits so we had to take a regular cab, but she has a really nice place (with a yard and underground pool!) so for her sake it is well worth being outside of the cart zone.
... and the heat never settles down. I am very angry but Enrique is coming with me to Los Angeles to look for my mom. Tuscon is a huge city that I am ready to leave. We go through pictures of her and I can not wait until I see her again. It has been a long time and I really want to see ...
... everyone else is in the same boat (the first timers like me and elaine anyway) so with that you just take a deep breath and get ready to go. Thankfully, a slow ride is a slow ride, very easy pace strolling through the surrounding desert for an hour, getting used to the saddle and movement. On this ride we saw a snake, long horned wild cow and wild deer, all suitably amazing, though a little scary. And when we arrived back it was all fine and I had ...