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... motel. Alturas is just a fairly quiet small town--not a destination in itself-- but it's a convenient stopover town before beginning the 2-day slog back to Tucson.
The last couple of days of traveling home, through Nevada and then AZ, were not enjoyable, but not expected to be, and everything went OK. Just a long slog home. I would not recommend driving to AZ from OR via the Nevada Hwy 95 route on west side of NV... it's hundreds of miles ...
... turning of two small keys could have caused...!
One day we went to Sabino Canyon and took the bus-tram to the mid-way point for a picnic, then carried on up to the top of the canyon, where we hiked along the ridge for a few miles...what beautiful views of the mountains and Tucson valley below! And our last excursion was to Old Tucson, the rather 'tourist-trap looking' place that is actually a gem for a ...
... and regular services were held at the Mission once again. Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet opened a school at the Mission in 1872. Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity now teach at the school and reside in the convent.
The Franciscans returned to the Mission in 1913.
1692 Father Kino visits the village of Wa:k
1700 Father Kino begins foundations on a church never built
... I'm in dire need of a hair cut. We have tickets for a concert Friday night at the Desert Museum. This botanical garden is ranked number 5 in the US. We haven't spent any time here so there is lots to explore. Today we visited Old Town. The most interesting spot was a re-creation of the Presidio San Agustin an old Spanish fort housing the Spanish Army in the fight against the Apaches. The 11 acre fort was completed ...
... seems to apply. The first I've seen was at Bingham Canyon in Utah when I was but ten years old. The pit we saw today began operations in the late fifties, based on the date of founding of the city of Ray nearby.
We couldn't decide whether to stay at Catalina Lake CG or Gilbert Ray, which is closer to Tucson. Ultimately, we wandered further and got lost, kinda, east of Tucson and ended up at Gilbert Ray. It's in ...