Randolph Park Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... caverns) formed underground and then collapsed inwards. The result was the bottomless lakes, a gorgeous array of clear, clean lakes with beautiful beaches in the middle of the desert. Fantastic swimming, astonishing views and great fun! We spent around an hour and a half swimming, relaxing and exploring the limestone banks before heading back into the alien fixated town of Roswell.
Friday was a bit of a slow day. We travelled further east toward ...
... World War II aircraft, capabilities define the AMARG of today
and of the future.
A major industrial center occupying 2,600 acres, AMARG manages an
inventory of more than 4,200 aircraft, 40 aerospace vehicles and 350,000
line items of production tooling. In addition to the historic storage
and disposition mission, the Center's highly skilled ...
Leaving Yuma at 8:48am.... hot already... we pass through US Inspection just a short distance east of Yuma. The Mexican border is really not too far south of here so that is why the inspections we think. They wave us right through not even looking at our passports. They have dogs working at sniffing the vehicles. Nice mountains and foothills around. Yuma is a big ...
... desert floor with millions of giant saguaros, changes to scruffy shrubs, manzanitas, rock structures, and finally a forest of Ponderosa pines, spruce and firs at the highest elevations. At the top is Mt Lemmon Ski Resort (?) and is the only ski area in Tucson. Last year they had 5 feet of snow. Our waiter says there is skiing here every year since 1943. There is one double chair lift but 21 runs. ...
... name it, it was probably there. My favorite was the SR-71, a spy plane that looks like something Batman would have piloted. Greg's favorite was the B29; this was the type that dropped the atomic bombs on Japan. There were even a couple Canadian built planes.
From the museum we took a bus tour of AMARG, nicknamed the Boneyard. There are more than 4000 planes lined up ...