BEST WESTERN PLUS Tucson Int'L Airport Hotel & Suites
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... nature won that battle.
I tried to keep myself occupied with music and signing and talking to Toby (yes, I talk to Toby, a lot actually. I pointed out the trains, or lakes, or cows, so he could enjoy the sites too). The last hour was absolute torture. I felt like I was making no progress. I forgot about the AZ time change, so I ended up getting into Tucson around 10 am! Toby was so happy to see his old ...
... and Desert South Loop Trail. Along our stroll we were reminded that the Saguaro Cactus lives to be 150-200 years old. Since they will outlive the surrounding trees, the cactus generally begins its life as a seed in the shade of a tree and then grows slowly up under it. A 10 year old Saguaro might only be 1 ½ inches tall. The “Nurse Tree” will eventually die of old age just as the Saguaro is large enough to displace it. Saguaros grow to be 40-60 feet ...
... to perform were the words to that old poem… now put to words in music… So on one of those early shows they played “Cool Water” and later “Tumbling Tumbleweed” … And of course the rest is as they say “History” … That young guy … Leonard ...
... them both!
The Still limo had us back ...
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