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We got to Tucson on Monday the 24th and on Tuesday went to Pima Air and Space Museum. It was pretty cool. They have what they call a graveyard of airplanes. Miles and miles of retired planes. We were going to take the tour through the graveyard but ended up on another tour that took us to an area that had planes from WWII to present. Our guide retired from
Border Patrol last year where he flew helicopters. He told us the history of
the individual planes, where ...
... You wouldn't believe the computer they had!
Daddy's 70th was the best day of all. We went to a horse ranch to have lunch. We went downtown to a brand new Rum Bar for his birthday dinner. It was just a great day, celebrating a big birthday!
When we left the next day the energy changed. No one really wanted the great trip to end. It was a hard goodbye, and we missed each other immediately. Still do. Love you guys! Learn that technology! You can do it!
Took a drive out to the Mission San Xavier del Bac this morning. It was well worth the drive. We were in catching a video when the guide came in and asked if we wanted to join the tour.
The Mission has been acclaimed by authorities as the finest example of mission architecture in the USA. It was interesting that the first restorations used modern portland ...
January 30 – Feb 2, 2013
Motorhome Trip Odometer – 3,253
Sunny skies and low winds, we hit the road early for a long 436 mile drive to Tucson. If you tried there may be a few things to stop and see between Van Horn and Tucson but not enough on this trip. The terrain is mostly flat, scrubby and boring. Passing through El Paso, sitting on the ...
... the sorority and fraternity houses are located, two of the sororities seemed to be competing as to who make their 'rushers' (people hoping to join) could chant their song the loudest. It was most peculiar.
Because it's monsoon season at the moment there is the possibility of such heavy rains that all the streets flood for half an hour, and are dry an hour or two later from the heat. They have no gutters here because it doesn't rain much- ...