Prince of Tucson RV Park
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... there wasn't any empty seats and since they cancelled that flight and there were already no seats open on the rest of the flights, it didn't look good for us to get to Phoenix so we talked among us and we decided tor rent a car and drive to Phoenix and split the cost so that's what we did. It was about $35 each for 5 of us. One lady decided not to go. ...
... did this, we did have the materials for repairs. But he wasn't too popular. KEEP the dang door shut. Trying to get the right pressure in one rear tire wasn't easy to fix. There were purchases at Home Depot and Camping World which needed to be returned. In the end we had to drive the coach to a RV tire service. There Pete had a successful result from a young man who fixed the problem (a new stem ) and didn't even charge him! Happy ...
... solar motion light for our entry and put up some other solar yard lights I had with us. Put in the fireplace and set up my keyboard as well. Even played a few Christmas tunes, ha,ha! Already have some of our Christmas decorations up so it's starting to feel like home.
Have to take some pictures soon but did take some of the park we are in and the clubhouse before and after my swim today.
Today we drove to Kitt Peak National Telescope Observatory. KPNO is a United States astronomical observatory and
features the world's largest collection of telescopes , 26 independent
telescopes. It is the largest, most ...
After such a hectic fast moving 2 months we had already long decided that we would like a decent stop and break before setting off around the US. Fortunately, we had some very conveniently located family in the form of Gordon's aunt and uncle, Jacky and Ping, who live in Tucson, Arizona a mere 80 miles from the border with Mexico. They were even able to pick us up from the border and whisk us back to their beautiful house on the edge of the ...