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... like that afternoon, got out of prison. (Company you keep!)
A couple of miles West of El Paso we cross into New Mexico. Because of the way those two states are shaped we are already more than half-way through NM. It is only about 150 miles and we are in Arizona. I-10 is completely rain free thus far today so I push on until I can't take it anymore and stop in Benson, AZ about 55 miles short of the Titan Museum. I have done 821 km today. Considering the adventures of ...
... at for over an hour. They said it could take a few hours, but without another vehicle (and nothing around this spot) we have no other choice but to stay. I, of course have brought my knitting, so I’m not too bored. After a few hours they finally discover the root of the problem. It is not the Jeep itself but the towing package we had installed by the RV dealer. Apparently there is a tie down with extra length and a C-clamp that has loosened off and is causing ...
When you drive through this area you wonder how those guys ever found these caverns. The film explained how they looked for sink holes & followed up on local stories of bat caves etc. Just imagine there could be many more undiscovered ones below this terrain!
There is still an active bat colony at Kartchner, the Caverns are only open 6 months a year (October to March) to allow the bats to roost & have their young here ...
... 8230;..like when you look at the clouds.
We tried Tombstone again on the 20th. We went
through the historic courthouse, not much has changed from the court rooms of
long ago and those of today accept how we deal with the accused……we saw where
they hanged those found guilty or not. The history that was made in Tombstone
in it’s few short years was disturbing but interesting. Oh and ...
... would not be able to launch on their own.
After the control room, we walked to the missile bay and got a look at the missile. From there, we went to the surface, got to look down in the silo, and check out the areas around the silo. A typical missile base was maybe 150 yards by 150 yards........and it looks like a gravel parking lot. All the intriguing stuff is underground. This was a great tour, and a huge piece of cold ...