BEST WESTERN PLUS Tucson Int'L Airport Hotel & Suites
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... is highly recommended. As museums go it was perfect for us. It was like a botanical garden, zoo, and nature museum all in one. It's 85% outdoors and there were very few places for Bill to stop and read and for me to get bored. They had a fabricated cave so you could see what it was like to experience exploring very narrow spaces in caves. We tried this because it is apparently one of Bill's phobias. The animals in the zoo sections were native to the desert ...
... plants and animals featured together in ecological exhibits. It is regularly listed as one of the top ten zoological parks in the world because of its unique approach in interpreting the complete natural history of a single region (the Sonoran Desert). This is a “must do” for anyone in the area.
We begin our exploration of this wonder by entering a cave. As I fumble for the flashlight application on my smartphone, Casey is swept forward into ...
... Will see what next year brings in the fall. Now it's on to the SF Giants Baseball and enjoying nature and photography.
I am switching camera systems to Olympus micro-four thirds from Canon. While I love the canon cameras and lenses, the opportunity to go to a quality and flexible system which is essentially half the size and weight, has led me to this decision. I will be selling the Canon equipment as soon as I ...
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order to improve allied interoperability.
The Commodities Division removes, inspects, repairs and delivers
aircraft parts and subassemblies in support of U.S. and foreign allied
contingency and training efforts. In 2005, the Division reclaimed and
shipped worldwide 19,194 parts valued at almost ...
I should remind readers that I did indeed mention in yesterday’s update that that Eegee was black raspberry. Apparently it is another Tucson thing that the conversation never, ever ends by just saying you had an Eegee; it is a requirement to disclose the flavor, and then listen to your conversation partner tell you about his/her favorite flavor, which of course is either not available this month, or is ...