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... along I-10, there were signs in some areas warning of high wind and sand storms. Surely enough, in a few locations the wind swept across the flat land and Jim had to hold tightly on to the steering wheel to keep us in our lane. In the distance we could even see darker areas that we presumed were dust clouds. They even ...
But I made it!!!
The ride back ended up being so much fun! Steep hills and the occasional headwind made it a challenge. For the most part it was fast downhill, hardly any traffic, and a sweet tailwind on some of the hills! We were able to have fun with it because we had lightened our load by leaving stuff with Brian since he was getting picked up by friends. Those ...
... 8 million dollars changed hands !!! We had a great time wandering the streets and practicing our quick draws. We also made a quick stop in Bisbee the home of one of the oldest copper mines in the state. A funky little town with a wonderful mining museum and great architecture.
A day trip to west of Tucson had us visiting Mission San Xavier del Bac, a Franciscan mission built in 1785 and still an active church, and learning ...
... I stayed up here for 30 min. just taking in the view and the vastness and emptiness of the area. Coming from Atlanta this is a treat for me. After a self-portrait it was time to come down. For many people, like me, coming down is harder because it is easier to twist an ankle. Now I had two of those yucca cacti sticks to help out. Everything was easy except for the boulder field which took some time to come down. Being extra careful I made it down with no incident. Now back to the ...
... began and as I rounded the Whetstone Mountains the winds were bouncing me all over the road. I pulled into Kartchner Caverns State Park around 2pm and got one of the last campsites. As I write the winds are pushing the van back and forth, the rain pounds on the windows and, of course, it’s leaking. Oh well. The storm should pass tonight and I hope to get in some good hiking and ...