Aloft Tucson University
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... been in Wickenburg the place had been full. JR and JB headed back to the hotel but Evan kindly offered to come back out for a beer in the Mecca Sports Bar and Grill. Not the most upmarket place in town but the beer was good and after we went outside to escape the Rap Music (who forgot the C in rap music?) it was O.K.
I should mention that this bar is just up the street from the SAGUARO
cinema which looks like a real 1950s cinema, what it's like inside I
have no idea.
... to Tombstone, AZ). It was the location of the first gold strike and prompted the start of the gold rush in the west. For $18.00 one can get a package deal that includes a nice little narrated train ride (our conductor's wife is from Brooklyn), a mine tour (which begins with a bumpy elevator ride to nowhere), and access to an "anti-gravity" house that was built as an optical illusion.
The minute I stepped into the small tilted cabin I felt like I was going to pass out. ...
... However, this being the largest park near I-10, we did not realize how difficult it would be to navigate through the I-10 construction.
I find it amazing I have forgetten almost everything I knew about how to maneuver this toatwn! I lived here for more than 12 months; that was only 5 years ago. All the street names are familiar, but I do ...
... to Saguaro West yesterday and East today, with the first run to the laundramat in the middle.
Saguaro West is all desert. We hiked a few short trails and drove the scenic roadway. Saw lots of lizards and cacti. The saguaro are impressive! Each is like an individual and all ages are in view. There is a song Mariah listens to that has the line "I put my hands up in the air sometimes, saying aaaaoooo, gotta ...
... was when it was operational. I got to see the secure filing cabinet containing the launch codes and the console with the launch keys. Awesome and in some ways, scary, when you think you are standing in a place that could have contributed to the end of the world as we know it. After the tour we went back up topside and got to view the top of the missile through the partially opened launch bay doors. More photos attached.
I headed back to ...