Executive Inn & Suites of Tucson
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... sort it? I hear you say.
Yes indeed, that would have been an option had we even had a phone.
What we did have, in glorious abundance, were switches. Every wall was plastered wih them. Some even had a red light which went on and off when you switched them on.
What they actually did we never discovered, but they were there.
The wigwam also had a shower and the hottest water ever. Scaldingly hot.
There were towels, too; scuffed rather ...
... although the temperatures are very cold, the speed caused tremendous heat, and if the pilot had to eject, he'd need to be protected. Once, a pilot had to eject, and he had no knowledge of hitting the eject, the first thing he recalls is hurtling towards earth, but his visor was frosted. He felt a tug, and knew his parachute had deployed. He also knew that happens at 15,000' so he was able to flip up his visor. He was ...
... sad face), so we were stuck with an ugly as sin Chevy Impala. We REALLY hated it, it was clunky for a brand new car, thirsty and **** to drive...we so badly wanted our Altima back. We would eventually call up and confirm we were able to exchange the car at another location based in it being too thirsty considering our initial booking was for a four cylinder car...the brilliant Nissan Altima (Nissan Maxima to you guys).
We did ...
... The desert is not a desert. Thanks to the Colorado and other rivers, huge fields of green and brown produce vegetables, cereals, fruit, cotton and a high quality durum wheat beloved by pasta makers. Cattle fattening farms make use of the hay and other byproducts. And East towards Gila Bend one crosses a huge aluminium farm with rows of shiny concave reflecting surfaces 12 feet tall stretching North as far ...
... and Rich there next February for a week's stay. We'll take a couple of months to drive and they'll fly and meet us. Sounds like a plan to me..
Thanks for sharing a bit of our time with us. I hope the pictures do justice to our experience. Oh, the jackrabbit showed up just outside of our campsite. Tall and lean is the word for him. He looks to be shedding his winter coat and really doesn't look to healthy to me.