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... In Tucson, there is a restaurant called El Charro Cafe. It is the oldest, continuously family owned Mexican restaurant in the U.S. It is also known as the home of the Chimichanga and claims it was invented there. See the website exerpt below:
"The Home of the Chimichanga
Our Legendary Tia Monica Flin, is well-known as “The Inventor of The
Chimichanga.” While frying her now famous El Charro ground beef tacos, ...
... is a large line on Chevrolet (real old school ones) half buried face down in the dirt. They are spray painted in graffiti and travellers often add to the graffiti. I ended up getting a spray can myself and adding my name and date to collection, and snapped a few photos of it. That pretty much took up the whole day!
The next day was again spent road tripping. We got to drive through some fantastic agricultural land en route from Amarillo, TX down to ...
... they started to mobilizing planes was in the Golf war where they had within a week 150 of the F16 in the air.
The best one was the F 117... Where you could one see the wheels and the ladder to go in – because it’s an invisible plane ….
And as it has to be: you have to show a picture ID that they sign you up for the tour, you show you picture ID when entering the bus... and our name will now ...
... 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 ...
... to Tucson). Just north of the campground is Saguaro National Park West. The campground is a County Park and it is set in the desert with the mountains in the distance and Saguaro’s throughout the landscape. When you drive in, there was a host at the check in booth that assigned us a site ($20) but she would be leaving in a week then it will be self register only until next winter. The sites are laid out in three loops all with electric but ...