Comfort Suites at Sabino Canyon
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... We peel ourselves from our seats, make a dash for the restrooms, and grab water and granola bars during the ten minutes before the boneyard tour starts.
We settle in on the air-conditioned bus and get our cameras ready. The aircraft boneyard is a marvel. The desert climate (dry heat and low humidity) reduces aircraft corrosion, and 6-7 inches below the Tucson ground is an extremely hard clay-like layer called caliche which ...
... plants and animals featured together in ecological exhibits. It is regularly listed as one of the top ten zoological parks in the world because of its unique approach in interpreting the complete natural history of a single region (the Sonoran Desert). This is a “must do” for anyone in the area.
We begin our exploration of this wonder by entering a cave. As I fumble for the flashlight application on my smartphone, Casey is swept forward into ...
... but fun! One of the casinos there had a display of a Million Dollars so we had our picture taken with it! Closest we will ever get to a Million $$$!
The day before we left, we had enough of the Vegas Strip so we went golfing at Boulder City, just outside Vegas. We had a great day and afterwards we stopped by a local microbrewery and had dinner before heading back to our condo.
So, at 7:30 on Friday morning, we left Las Vegas via Lake Havasu ...
... kinds/shapes and sizes along rolling hills, flat landscapes. It was great to see and so glad we visited. Again, warnings everywhere - this time, mountain lions and coyote. The park actually consists of two districts - Saguaro West-Tucson Mountain district and Saguaro East-Rincon Mountain District. The two are separated by the city of Tucson and are about 30 miles apart. Together, they preserve over 91,000 acres of the ...
... br> Some of the birds and animals that call the park home include Gila Woodpecker; Gilded Flicker; American Kestrel; Lucy's warblers; Cactus Wrens; Western Kingbirds; Elf Owls; Screech Owls; Red Tail and Harris Hawks; honeybees, jack rabbits; western diamondback rattlesnakes; roadrunners; quail; desert tortoise; gila monsters; javelinas (piglike animal) and kangaroo rats!!
So now you have been to the high desert (over 2,200').