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... Ya just never know what is around the corner do you?
Stats to mention:
RV miles traveled so far on this trip = 13,168.
Average Miles per gallon = close to 8. You do the rest of the math.
Glad gas prices are down
Left early headed for Tucson....2 hour drive but well worth it.
First stop the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum which is a mix of zoo, museum and botanical gardens. We followed one of the trails and saw snakes, mountain lions, prairie dogs, a wolf, a cave of rocks and minerals, spiders and talked to a guide about Cacti. Isaac stopped to excavate a rock and uncovered some fossils. It was hands on, fun but very hot. We finished off at ...
... graveyard in the desert. Other than that it is just a driving day - more and more desert. One place there was solar farm that must have had solar panels set up for about .5 mile wide and 3 miles long. Saw one truck pulling a trailer on fire on the interstate but no where to stop and help but I guess someone phone in because in a couple of minutes we saw the state police headed ...
... place. Busloads of tourists. Heard five different languages before we got into the store. A lot of tourist stuff, but also some nice, expensive rugs and jewelry. Some handwoven rugs about the size we want (9"x12"), but $315! Settled on a zapotec pillow cover, just the right size and colorful for $50. Pick up I-40 to I-19. Stopped near Munds Park for lunch and dog walk. ...
... home grown diet in the Biosphere was healthy enough, just not satisfying. As an example, they grew enough coffee beans so that they could enjoy a cup of coffee, once a month!
After this afternoon tour, we headed to Catalina State Park. The rangers directed us to the overflow camping area where we backed up to a hillside and had a nice view of the mountains in front of us. I walked a short ways into the desert and was ...