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... on I-10 only 10 miles from a Camping World. God was definitely looking after us. Camping World was wonderful -- they were able to do enough emergency repairs to get us going again. Sassy and Odie were good troopers -- they spent close to 12 hours in the carriers, between the truck and on a Camping World table. When we finally were able to get into the trailer, they crashed -- Sassy got a drink in the kitchen sink and then collapsed on ...
... it was 150 million. And the cost to maintain it is about 4 million a year and it is not paying for itself. Today the Arizona University in Tucson runs it with all private funding. (That's why it was open).
We toured through the rain forest, the ocean, the swamp, and the desert. Then we went underground to see all the equipment that runs it all. The we went through a 200 foot narrow tunnel to the south lung. Then we returned and viewed the living area of the biosphere.
... about how many people commit suicide, faint, have
heart attacks, fall in or just generally die there – nice light
hearted chat from the driver!! We finally got to the Canyon and
stopped at Mather's Point, we had the option of walking the 2.5 miles
to the second point or getting back into the coach and be driven
down. We chose to walk (of course!) even though the driver disagreed.
Mather's point was incredible, I don't think words can describe ...
... of Tucson. Arrangements were made for a visit and Mary and I spent half the day with the hospital CEO and a couple of their board members. Sierra Vista is a very nice community with Fort Huachuca sitting next to the city. With a population of 43,000 and Fort Huachuaca being an army base focusing on training for intelligence officers and drone flights, the community is very ...
... much planning but The Lonely Planet is our best friend and we thought the best approach to a 5 month trip is to just wing it.
After strategically packing, we're all set to go! I'll see you in Cartagena!!