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... But it still remains that the original photo as to be good in the first place.
Had a visit from a friend, Paul en route to his volunteer gig at Kartchner caverns. Fortunately the space next to us was open so he stayed there for a night. Now that space is occupied by a couple from British Columbia, here for a couple months. I will have to get to know them.
Ah, the Super Bowl, as many of you know, I ...
... caverns) formed underground and then collapsed inwards. The result was the bottomless lakes, a gorgeous array of clear, clean lakes with beautiful beaches in the middle of the desert. Fantastic swimming, astonishing views and great fun! We spent around an hour and a half swimming, relaxing and exploring the limestone banks before heading back into the alien fixated town of Roswell.
Friday was a bit of a slow day. We travelled further east toward ...
... how the heat is raising as we start exiting Arizona.
... Group (AMARG), affiliated with the base, also known as the "Graveyard of Planes" or "The Boneyard", is the largest aircraft storage and preservation facilities in the world.AEROSPACE MAINTENANCE AND REGENERATION GROUP
The Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration
Group (AMARG) is a one-of-a-kind specialized facility within the Air
Force Materiel Command ...
... br> Once over these mountains, it’s pretty much southwestern desert the rest of the way into Arizona. Upon crossing the state line and passing through the city of Yuma, and despite the fact that the highway never actually crosses into Mexico, highway traffic is stopped for a Border Patrol checkpoint. One inspector and his working dog circled each stopped vehicle, and then another officer simply asked me one ...