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... On the way we visited a space museum and saw the "white sands" national park. White sands is a large area of white sand dunes in the desert. Rather cool place. We went for a stroll through the dunes in bare feet (they're actually nice and cool).
i am currently at a resort in Tucson, Arizona. We only have 4 days of the actual trip left!
We have just been walking around town, swimming in the pools, experiencing the night life, going to markets etc.
... when the parking lot is empty (it’s Saturday) and there is a big sign: “no parking for Sabino Canyon – violators will be towed away”… and then 3 feet behind the first one another sign, this time the “will be towed away” part triple underlined… now that feels like a real good parking spot J… when we were still talking if we should park or not, a family parked and they told us, ...
... basically climbs directly up through rocky (including huge numbers of amazingly-sized boulders; I had never seen that), mountainous terrain up to over 4000 feet elevation, and then drops right back down again to sea level, over the course of about 100 miles. Through a majority of those miles, there are consistent strong crosswinds and the road signage indicates such, so not a lot of cruise control happening along that ...
... least see a little of the nightlife. We tried to get ready as fast as possible but when we arrived at 4th ave, the party mile of tucson, was it already1:45 which left us 15 min to see some clubs and bars till they'll close. It was still funded walked downtown and met some cool people from all over the world on the street. After that we split up from bill and drove to the campus of the university of Arizona. At around 5 we arrived back at our Host's house and went to ...
... name it, it was probably there. My favorite was the SR-71, a spy plane that looks like something Batman would have piloted. Greg's favorite was the B29; this was the type that dropped the atomic bombs on Japan. There were even a couple Canadian built planes.
From the museum we took a bus tour of AMARG, nicknamed the Boneyard. There are more than 4000 planes lined up ...