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... dining and entertainment we like within a 10-minute drive. It was off-season at the park so all of the Snowbirds had gone home, but they still offered lots of stuff to do. Outdoor shuffleboard, pickle ball (mini tennis), card and game nights (we went to game night and were the only people that showed up), movie night... They also had the biggest hot tub I have ever seen. It was like a mini pool, 5 feet deep and the jets were so strong I could not sit on ...
... was to pilot around and explore the downtown district. There is a fairly developed downtown area with both historic areas and high rises nestled together. However, my favorite spot was getting out and walking down the 4h Avenue shopping district. There was a cool, modern streetcar system and scores of interesting shops. The people oozed a hippie vibe.
Our first day-trip was up the Sky Island Scenic Byway. Climbing more than 6,000 feet, the ...
... mid March or so, pending weather and wildflowers then we will begin to meander up north and also west so as to end up on the pacific coast by Mid April then up to Ananda Village by end of April to complete this year's circumference which, you may recall, began last May at Ananda Village. So while we may not have ventured into all the anticipated lands, we will complete the circle.
Last week Sraddha and I flew back ...
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 ...
... provides critical aerospace
maintenance and regeneration capabilities for Joint and Allied/Coalition
warfighters in support of global operations and agile combat support
for a wide range of military operations.
Although AMARG traces its heritage back to 1946 when the 4105 th Army
Air Force Base Unit was established to store and manage vast numbers of ...