The Big Blue House Tucson Boutique Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I've mostly been packed for the better part of a week. I get that bit of OCD from my mother. I've managed to only forget my pillow so far. That was NOT on my "totally necessary" list, so I'm already over it. I also couldn't figure out the passport-swipe-self-check-in thing and opted to hand enter the info. Fortunately, there were no people in line behind me to give me the ...
... what would we do, put the whole earth under glass?
But since we had a rainy night in the desert behind us… it was a good day to go and see all the crazy things the Americans do.
Desert Diamond Casino
Now you can’t really top this: for staying here for the night and becoming a guest member we get a free buffet, each a 10 $ card for playing, sure free Wi-Fi included… now that is called well paid for a free ...
... add, potentially DECAPITATING (guess who).
But then we had crazy weather. Started out with severe winds, blowing sideways which made the Chinook hard to handle and killed our miles-per-gallon. Then we had a severe dust storm, then a severe rain storm. At that point all we needed was the seven plagues....locusts and stuff.
But we're having fun ...
... so we're excited to figure out how it all works. It's all good.
Today, Thursday, we took a morning walk around the camp, about two miles. I got a few photos of the area and flora. We saw a few speedy birds which apparently didn't want to be shot, photo-wise, that is.
The wind blew off and on and a cold front should be here this eve, bringing freezing temps. It' still all good.
See you soon, on paper, that is...
We got to Tucson, Arizona just before the sunset. Our CS host Bruce showed us around his beautiful garden and told about all kinds of desert plants. There were some barrel cactus (they always point to the equator), blooming lemon and orange trees, huge cactus and some very cool ...