The Adobe Guesthouse
Travel Blogs from Tucson
Breakfast in Texas, lunch in New Mexico and supper in Arizona Stopped in to tombstone, neat place, a little off season so not all open yet. Had fun at Big Nose Kate's Saloon. This morning we found out we were on the edge of hurricane Manuel, flash flood warnings for west Texas, we dodged major rain till noon, then we were good. One small shower, then cleared up and rode into the sunset into ...
... wouldn't believe the computer they had!
Daddy's 70th was the best day of all. We went to a horse ranch to have lunch. We went downtown to a brand new Rum Bar for his birthday dinner. It was just a great day, celebrating a big birthday!
When we left the next day the energy changed. No one really wanted the great trip to end. It was a hard goodbye, and we missed each other immediately. Still do. Love you guys! Learn that technology! You can do it!
... RV Park.
We had a good dinner and met an outstanding server, Kassandra. She's nearly finished with her degree in Criminal Justice. We had a great visit with her. All of the staff were friendly.
This morning, Sunday, we went back to Dealer Numero Uno and drove the Itasca...with a manager. Long story short, they wanted too much money that we didn't want to spend.
... of the communities along the way were only connected by road fairly recently due to the terrain. Boulder for example still had post delivered by pack horse until 1940 ! Everywhere we have been since Yellowstone by the way has been far from a tourist trap. Yes, there's facilities like motels when you need them but sometimes there is 100 miles of nothing between them. There are tourists but spread over such a vast area that you sometimes don't see another car for half an hour. ...
... operations against the Western and
Chiricahua Apache Indians. Troop strength at Fort Lowell averaged 130
officers and 239 enlisted men. Much of the construction work on the
Fort was done by the soldiers themselves.
The buildings at Fort Lowell reflected a Mexican Sonoran style of architecture. Buildings were built with think adobe walls, pine logs, and saguaro ribs supporting hard packed dirt roofs ...