Aloft Tucson University
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Kate had gone to bed all thermalled up but still been frozen and the decision to get out of bed in the morning was therefore a tricky one, as the thought of taking off any clothes at all was not an enticing option for her.
There were enough gaps under and around and even in the door to let in a decent draught, but we had 3 heaters!
... which would surely have been sufficient had any of them actually worked.
Why not ring reception and get them to ...
... it as SR-71. So instead of repeatedly correcting him, they changed the designation, so had to change all the manuals, plans, and documentation. This plane had the ability to fly very high (80,000') and at a cruising speed of 2,000 miles per hour (3 times the speed of sound). It was able to take very good photos over enemy positions. So once satellites became operational, The Blackbird became redundant. The pilots had to wear space ...
... during the night.
We really only used Tucson as a place to pamper ourselves by doing very little. Being off the road for a few nights was just heavenly. All we really did was pop to the shops from time to time to grab Whole Foods supplies and cold beers. As the Whites and Buchanan's know from our tipsy Skyping, we rather enjoyed ourselves here. We did go to the airport and exchange the car though, however, they had no Nissan ...
... maybe 50 yards across, which I knew was not a canal because it meandered back and forth between clumps of cottonwood trees.
Yuma is half way from San Diego to Tucson. There I took formal possession of my cycle, had lunch, and trundled on into the desert. This town is credited with receiving more sun than any other place in the planet (take that Sahara Desert !) and they are making good use of it. ...
... and Rich there next February for a week's stay. We'll take a couple of months to drive and they'll fly and meet us. Sounds like a plan to me..
Thanks for sharing a bit of our time with us. I hope the pictures do justice to our experience. Oh, the jackrabbit showed up just outside of our campsite. Tall and lean is the word for him. He looks to be shedding his winter coat and really doesn't look to healthy to me.