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... idea to get some exercise by riding our bicycles to explore 4th street, the Tucson version of Deep Ellum in Dallas. Tucson has been recognized as one of the most bike friendly cities in the US so even though 4th street was a little over 10 miles away on the far side of town we decided to go for it. We got a late start so we were riding during the heat of the day but we did manage to get a great late lunch at the Epic Café (worth a visit if ...
... discovered the Taqueria Pico De Gallo which featured some amazing fat house-made corn tortillas. The fact that Andrew Zimmerman from the Food Network ate here did not entice me to go. The fact that there were no pictures of him eating there and the menu was only available on a wall, in Spanish and almost impossible for me to decode reinforced that it was a good choice.
I selected a variety sampler of tacos including Pollo, Barbacoa, Fish, and Lengua. I ...
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... but did end up at about 6,500 ft elevation in route down to Lords burg. Once I hit the lowlands it was Hot Hot Hot !!! For the last 200 miles into Tucson it was like driving with a hair dryer in your face - most of the trip was 102 to 105 degrees. Usually when I've got the cruise control on -to rest one of my hands I'll stick it out away from the heat of the bike to cool it off. Today it was like taking it from ...
... 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, ...