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... production of electricity was only the fourth and last priority as motivation for its creation. The first three are: flood control, irrigation and drinking water. So taming the mighty Colorado River allowing farms in California and Arizona to thrive without continuous threat of flooding, seems was the seed that allowed that sinful city we just departed, to be.
There is no dramatic thunderous waterfall but only a set of pillared turbines ...
... These larger Rockets have tabs on the side of the rocket and those tabs slide into a slot that is maybe 8 ft tall… you actually lower the guidance tube down… Slide on your rocket and raise the tube and lock it into place.
Once your Rocket is on the pad… you install an igniter into the Rocket Motor… and connect your igniter to a ...
I had a bit of trouble deciding where to go from Boston with my 16 days left in the states I knew I wanted to see New Orleans. I knew I had a flight on the 27th in LA. Other than that all I knew was that I was tired of big cities and museums and wanted to see some more nature stuff before heading home. I looked into flights but is was going to cost me near to $800 to see just a few places. Yellowstone was enticing but I might save that one for a summer so I can hike ...
... wigwam? No.
There is a massive Safeway opposite though, so I suggested we go there and get coffee and stuff for breakfast, which we did.
Would I have missed 'sleeping' in the wigwam? Or indeed the whole wigwam experience?
Was HH right? He certainly was. It had been a truly memorable night and most fitting for a birthday. If I ever write a book on suggestions of how to have a memorable and exciting birthday, ...
During our exploration of this State Park – we:
- Checked out the ruins from the Hohokam Indians – even I’m not sure how they know there was a village 1500 years ago, when all I see are stones, between the cactus like everywhere else
- Walked up to the Monrose Pools under the record breaking hot sun... we needed a lot of water today
- Hiked up the Romero Canyon trail to the Romero pools - good ...