BEST WESTERN PLUS Tucson Int'L Airport Hotel & Suites
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... restaurant, but everything else from the aquarium to the 'Firearms Library' was pretty impressive.
A few months ago there had been a lot of chat on various American shooting forums about an ammunition shortage, this was caused by increased Military demand and panic buying as some of the, how can I phrase this, more extreme end of the 'Obamas out to get us' 'The Feds are going to ban this / that' fraternity. You know the ones, they have rather too much fruit in ...
The next morning we went down and rushed through our continental breakfast in record time (which is a fancy way of saying we had to stuff our faces as quickly as possible) in order to catch our 9am bus to Phoenix. I really hated having to spend our last morning together in such frenzy, but we made it with five minutes to spare so it turned out to be quite necessary.
We said our goodbyes to Kara and Adhara, who have been two of our closest friends over the past nine years. I'm ...
... talents of Greg Arnstribg being the focus. But at the intermission they allow visitors from the area come up on stage. It all became a bit too eclectic with the inclusion of 9 local college musicians….good but a bit over the top for our country tastes.
Nonetheless, we had a great time…just wish there was more chat time for old friends…pity about that!
All in all: What a great day!
... because they would run away when you came into sight and keep on running until they were far away. It made things a but more challenging to get pictures of them. I loved seeing the saguaros, there were so many of them they kind of looked like people. I wanted to find one with a whole bunch of arms at the top and call it Medusa, but we didn't find one. The dying saguaros looked like bones which I thought ...
... Forces store their older planes, restore them for sale to other nations, or break them down for parts. There are around 4,000 planes and helicopters stored here in various states. Needless to say, the only way to tour the facility is by narrated bus tour. Rather than try and explain how awesome this place is, I'll throw up some photos. I took about a million, but I'll only put up 100,000 :)
My final stop for the day was a 35 ...