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But I made it!!!
The ride back ended up being so much fun! Steep hills and the occasional headwind made it a challenge. For the most part it was fast downhill, hardly any traffic, and a sweet tailwind on some of the hills! We were able to have fun with it because we had lightened our load by leaving stuff with Brian since he was getting picked up by friends. Those ...
... This old theatre was a bit of a local hotspot in the 1880s. The place is as haunted as buggery and Sam insisted we get tickets for the ghost tour of the place.
Next up, we checked out the "Heldorado", gunfighter show. This a funny little show, with lots of pantomime style booos and hisses for the bad guy and cheers for the good guy. The goodies and baddies hammed it up and shot blanks all about the place for a little while. ...
... mud mid calf. We walked up hill again around the lake to find a clear spot. We ended up using the boat ramp to wade around. It was so refreshing and soothing to our tired bodies. We came back to camp only to find a mess. Logan's food bag had been opened and his wallet was on the ground. Empty wrappers littered our campsite and many Epic meat bars were completely missing. We determined the culprit to be the crow that happened to be cackling and squawking while we were picking up ...
... hand the spirit of community that exists amongst American folk, so warm, generous and truly supportive of each other.
Thank you Joan and Hans for allowing us to tread for a while in your shoes.
At the start of the day we were seeing the traditional western cactus as we had for part of yesterday. These are the tall, metres high kind, with the one or two branches held up like a human arm bent at the elbow, the ...
... Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum. Watched raptors fly, bobcats prowl and saw stinging/biting things up close!
We then decided to head north of Tucson to Catalina State Park for a couple of days. Located in Oracle, Biosphere 2 was opened in 1990. It was engineered to create a better understanding of how natural environments create habitable conditions for human sustainability. Containing 5 of Earth's biomes, you may remember the ...