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... of air show on or something as the Airforce display team was doing maneuvers over the base. So a lot of roads I needed to take were shut and people had stopped everywhere to watch. I finally find my way to the fence of the base and the boneyard. The number of planes there was astounding. It's also a sad sight to see, these once feared and majestic dominators of the worlds sky's, sitting in a dusty field, slowly deteriorating, never to feel the wind on their wings again. ...
... graveyard in the desert. Other than that it is just a driving day - more and more desert. One place there was solar farm that must have had solar panels set up for about .5 mile wide and 3 miles long. Saw one truck pulling a trailer on fire on the interstate but no where to stop and help but I guess someone phone in because in a couple of minutes we saw the state police headed ...
We arrived in Tucson after an extremely long train journey. It is 6.30am (again!) we walk through the little town of Tucson presently surprised at the cleanliness the cute buildings and the artwork. We take some fun photos as John Dillinger (Nicole googles later - bank robber) we find an art mural made of many little disks with children's names on them illustration 'Be Kind'.
The extreme humidity and high heat plus backpacks and the walk along the South Freeway ...
... around 4100 to 4200 feet in elevation. It didn't seem that way as there were mountains looming north and south. For the most part it was brown not the prettiest drive. We were glad when we made it to Tucson.
We are camping at Davis-Monthan AFB the RV park is on base and very nice. Landscaped with of course cacti....but they have done a really nice job of it. Some of the cactus ...
... Desert, and it was a pioneer in the creation of
naturalistic enclosures for its animals.
d) Sabino Canyon near Tucson Arizona
Is a popular recreation area for residents and visitors of Southern Arizona,
providing a place to walk, hike or ride. Minutes away from the desert are large
waterfalls with minor bridges constructed over them. Wildlife in the canyon includes deer,
javelina, skunks, tortoises, rattlesnakes and ...