Executive Inn & Suites of Tucson
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I returned home to Tucson, Arizona back on April 9th. Since then life has descended, as it does
when you return from a three-month vagabond journey around the world, and it is
a point of personal consternation how difficult it has been to return to writing
with regularity about sacred places. I
am slowly getting back on track, probably because it has now ...
Today’s required driving was less than yesterday’s – 10 miles less! So it was up and out. The first 100 or so miles were across barren desert/range but then we came into the outer reaches of El Paso – and a standstill traffic jam! We creeped along for over a half an hour before we were got to the downtown area. Checking my traffic app on the i-phone, I found a new type of icon, a red circle with a red slash through it. “Stopped” I believe, and ...
... George Hanson came out, shook hands with the Concertmaster and started the show with one of the movie themes… and then the Bill Ganz Western Band Bill Ganz Western Band took the stage with the Symphony and the show began… What a great performance… At the midpoint of the show during ...
... with made-to-order eggs or omelettes and a variety of other tasty things. Stanley, the early riser, already had a table. We were soon joined by Joe and a bit later, Susan. We sat and talked and drank too much coffee for over an hour. Around 10 Donna arrived and the 6 of us sat in the lobby and after a while moved to a shady spot pool side where we continued ...
... 8211; so we can discover all the nature, we may missed during our exploring of the desert so far:
Starting with the Raptor Free flight: where we had some Hawks, owls and ravens flying right over our heads, we also saw a lot of other desert animals: the cinnamon colored black bear, the mountain lion, the cougar, the javelina (the wild pig which is not a pig), the coyote, ...