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So I have always had a love/hate feeling for Arizona to be honest. I lived in Tucson in the 80's for about 4 years when I was first married to my kids Father. We had moved away from my family in Florida to live in this land of no water, as in no beaches/lakes/rivers, no "real" trees, no grass, and many crawly and rattling things that could put a hurting on a person. I’ve often described myself as “not a desert person”. ...
... missile – good for us, now we can see it from the top too
Leaving Flagstaff for Tucson, we were not looking forward to the drop in elevation from Flagstaff to Tucson (approximately 7,000 feet to 2,000 feet) with its corresponding rise in temperature. The drive gave us many variations in topography and plant life. One high point was when we came upon stands of the huge saguaro cacti, standing like statues all over ...
... 140 miles northwest of Papeete, surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier Reef. In the center of the island are the remains of a extinct volcano rising to two peaks, Mount Pahiaq and Mount Otemanu, the highest point at 2,385 feet.
The island is known for its aqua-centric luxury resorts, its coconuts and that which can be obtained by the sea. WE plan on snorkeling and swiming with the sharks while on the island and its surrounding ...
Went to tombstone today, was ok, watched the movie before we went so the kids would get a feeling of what the town was. Very old and steeped in history. Went to the grave site and then into the town proper, was freezing. Went on a stage coach tour in an original old stage coach, the guid was funny. Got a $1 massive hot choc before. After went shopping a bit and then had lunch in the original saloon. Kids had pizza and steve and I shared ...
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