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... were running 3 hours late!
Though our transition was rough boarding this train, we finally settled in and Kallen was much more relaxed. The sleep helped! We have a beautiful room - bigger than our roomettes on our last train. Our own private amenities. Word of caution to all of those considering traveling by rail - quarters are tight in a room, especially in the restroom - toilet and shower combined! Just like on a boat! Dad and ...
Feb 4 – Feb 08
Starting in 1939 this was the Studio for the Cowboy movies – over 300 movies were filmed here, and some buildings you can recognize right away: like the Saloon from Bonanza, the Mission set, the high Chaparral….
It's a lot of fun to walk through the Old Tucson area and find super nice picture and photo spots, discover little details... ...
... with the thumb which meant I probably wouldn't be able to climb in Joshua Tree, at least the routes that Cline had in mind. So, the Sweets decided not to go with us to Joshua Tree. Dave and I were ready to move on so we headed out the next day without the Sweets. I sure hope our change of plans didn't have anything to do with their bad luck on their trip ...
... he was on his break in the lunch room. After the Cold War, the nuclear warheads were removed and the missiles were used to deploy satellites. All the silos were destroyed except for this one near Tucson and now it is a museum.
When we were driving to the Missile Museum we could see hills in the distance that didn't seem quite natural, they were very rounded and uniform. These hills went ...
It's at this time in a trip when I feel overwhelmed with gratitude. For the opportunities I have been given, for supportive family and friends, for a profession that makes these opportunities available, and a break in the year in which to partake in them, for a housemate who so willingly fills in the gaps while I am gone and who has made multiple airport runs for me. It's in leaving home that I'm reminded of the richness around me, ...