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... s 100% correct, the last few people on my "getting a souvenir from France" list, might just get a postcard, or a funny story. We'll see.
There are 6 of our DAR group that are on this flight so we should have a ball. Thankfully we have French speaking people in our group. At least I won't get lost the first day. I can't promise much after that.
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... on the paper which is also stapled to the walls. The waiters are named after renowned cowboys from days gone by. Check out the photo of the drinks! It was dark by the time we reached our accommodation for the night, The Lodge at Ventana Canyon -a gorgeous 2-storied lodge set in beautiful grounds looking out over the Santa Catalina mountains on the outskirts of Tucson. We sat on the deck and enjoyed the peaceful setting over a few drinks. Our tour guide had given us an awesome ...
Sunday, April 7 – We left Benson and headed west on interstate 10 and one we reached Tucson we headed west towards the Tucson Mountains and Saguaro National Park West. Heading up the mountains the landscape really changed and there were Saguaro's everywhere. Check in to the Gilbert Ray Campground which is a first come first serve park with great views of the mountains and desert. The park is in a desert but it has Saguaro’s all around ...
... view out the front window and back window. The
fridge is working great, its at -3, with +23C in the van, 26C drop,
I hope everyone is doing well and thank
you for following along.
OK, I'm about to start cramming for my
Spanish test coming up tomorrow, I have a CD Tom made me, I'll plug
it in and see what I can learn.
Just an update. It's 3 AM and we're
just north of ...