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... me some pretty interesting stories.”
Yeah, yeah…interesting stories…go ahead.
Then he says, “And I believe him.”
Okay good, trustworthy guy telling the story, and…
“The next airplane is the EB-47…”
Wait! What about the interesting stories that the trustworthy pilot told you about?
Nope, no story for us, Bob just wanted us to ...
... Coronado National Forrest. This scenic drive officially comes to an end as you arrive in the quaint town of Summerhaven, which features a General Store, shops and restaurants and Mt. Lemmon/Ski Valley. Here we hiked the Marshal Gulch trail. Everyone in the area raves about this trail. I now understand why. It has trees and shade and the elevation keeps the climate cool. This island in the sky is so different from the desert hikes below that it must be a unique ...
... be. BUT! we went back to our condo and rested up then went out at night. That night we just walked the strip taking in all the sights and sounds; what a difference, yes the dirt and bums were still there but with the lights and the people it had a very different vibe, magical you could say.
While in Vegas we did the usual tourist things, walked through most of the hotels just to see the sights. Man they spend a lot of money to drag you in. It ...
... today - only 96. It's definitely hot.....no humidity, but still hot. Got to use the pool at the campground. Today was Kev & Kat's family birthday party so we were able to Skype in. It was nice to see and talk to the family. I've never missed their birthday party and I'm so happy I was able to be there - although not in person. Happy for Skype.
10/5/14 - Another hot day and we decided to take a ride around Tucson ...
... They may soak up as much as 200 gallons of water which will last the plant one year of no rain.
3. Saguaros live approximately 200 years. The first "babies" which appear as little round balls (then arms) don't appear until 75-100 years.
4. These cactus are slow growers. In the 1st year the plant may be 1/4 inch tall. In 15 years the plant may reach 12" in height. At 30 years they begin to flower and produce fruit. By ...