Desert Sol Bed & Breakfast
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... lot of food since the food bank back home would not take it I brought anything campworthy along.
I went to a pawn shop and sold all of my tools and anything else they would take.
I sent two boxes of books, camping gear, personal stuff back home to my parents. Pricey but worth it for what I kept.
I then went to goodwill and gave away anything else left in the truck.
I then headed back on the road and had a strong feeling that I should stay ...
- Today I visited the last college on my trip!
- The University of Arizona was the last stop on my college tour
- This school was founded in 1885
- It is ranked the number 1 mineral school in the nation
- The campus was nice and so were the people
- I'm glad I ended this trip with a great school ...
... and museum. We saw a reenactment of the OK Corral from a local and author that the reenactment was right at that spot. We then saw a historama narrated by Vincent Price who does all the cartoons and and different movies from Disneyland from my childhood. The buildings are not all original as they had burnt down or things removed as they were thought of high value in the1930's as they do now. We moved from there through the museum to a 25 minute ...
... preservation of these plants… and a location where you can go, to view them in their natural habitat close together… here the landscape and soil have been conditioned to allow plants not normally acclimated or soiled to this area… to be moved here for our enjoyment… of course all of ...
... the highway which would lead me to El Paso and eventually to Los Angeles, I pulled over just to make sure that I indeed did have my passport. My phone, playlists, starbucks espresso drinks, savings, and my passport were all that mattered at the time. That same U.S. passport that had taken me 21 years to acquire would be my ticket to Japan within a few days. Armed with the energy of my bubbly, Pink Lemonade Starbucks refresher in a can and the thought of finally returning to the ...