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Wow it's hot here in Tucson. I just arrived home last night. Jake--house/petsitter/renter extraordinaire-- fortunately still here, waiting for Audrie to come over so they could have a last dinner together before he blasted off for Antelope Canyon this weekend, then St George and Zion for 6 weeks, then he will, coincidentally, be onward to Bend.
The highlights of the 5-day meander home were definitely the 2 days in WA and OR. I camped Monday ...
... for 99 cents!), and I have my new flagpole and 'Five O'Clock Somewhere' windsock (a gift from Marian and Jim!) flying in the breeze overhead, marking our way home!
We love Tucson, there is so much to see and do here...we bought an 'attractions' book that has lots of 2-1 admissions in it, so we managed to get in lots of sightseeing and tours. We started with a visit to the Sonoran Desert Museum, ...
Lynn wasn't real excited about her tour guides selection for the day. When I told her I was taking her to a Spanish Mission she began thinking about a mission to feed the hungry in downtown Tucson. I, on the other hand, new what we were going to see and where we were going and I was excited, because the old Spanish Missions fascinate me. Think it started with the Alamo. Below are bits and pieces of the missions history, which you can ...
... each parked backing in, and a turn at spotting. Our instructor suggested the more experienced driver should be the spotter. For those who have not parked an rv before let it be said this is where divorce is often brought up. There is yelling, tempers flaring and finger pointing about any misstep. With this new technique no words are used only hand signals. It's all about communication! And it works. I liked driving better than spotting and I did ...
... He had of course emigrated from Germany when he was 16 ! Also bumped into an old boy who thoroughly recommended the fish and chips in Aberdeen. Everyone seemed to be of the same opinion - be careful in Mexico, you should be ok but just don't hang around near the border. The old boy also stated where we are heading for our first night was fine and his son goes snorkelling there. 10 days TPF+T cover - £40 which I thought was pretty good and will keep the Mexican border guards happy.
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