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Sleep was difficult with the sun blearing on my face, but it was time to get up. I roused at around 1000 and could see Swede was still sleeping, through the crack in his door. I had a few things to see today so I got moving, and headed to the Titan missile silo.
It took about 30 minutes to reach, south of Tucson. The area is a little built up compared to when the facility was opened in the 60s. It was originally part of a string of silos spread out across the desert ...
... bombers, carriers and recon planes. the highlight of the whole day for me was the SR71 Blackbird. This plane was designed in the 1950's and saw active service right in to the 90's the yanks used it to spy on the rest of the world. It could fly at Mach 3.3 and had an operational ceiling of 85,000 feet. It could fly from New York to London in a little over an hour whereas Concorde took a sluggish three hours. Stunning to look at: sleek, black ...
... very secluded and highly suspect motel of 'Howard Johnson' makes us feel like a mistake was made and why are we in a pre-scene of CSI.
We check-in, and make the scary walk to the very typical motel room. We have dinner at the local Waffle House - eat an insane amount of food and roll our full bodies back to hell.
Tucson we should have stayed in your 'downtown' area - why are you SO expensive? We survived and that is the positive message from this trip.
... cool. They would make very good walking sticks.
It seems we've gotten lucky because we try to see at least one thing that makes the day worthwhile. First day we saw a lizard that was a bit larger than the normal small one. Second day Dad saw a snake as we were driving back to the visitors center. Third day we saw the amazing Gila monster. The airbnb place we stayed was very nice. Had our own ...
This morning found us heading south to the "Biosphere". The Biosphere was a totally enclosed artificial environment created in the desert. A dozen volunteers spent two years living in the Biosphere, growing their own food, conducting experiments and proving that man could live in outer space. When they opened up the doors, there was some controversy as most of the inhabitants, while healthy, felt malnourished. Basically, they were ...