Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Tucson Airport
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... and engineer did their thing. While we were up there, a freight train came by, and the docent rang the engine bell until we got an answering ring from the working train's engineer. Fun.
It was hard to leave the museum because the docent was quite loquatous, both about steam and railroad travel and the story of Wyat Earp, Doc Holliday, and the killing of John Stillwell. He assumed I knew the legend, and proceeded to tell me the facts about the case, ...
... his shoes in retaliation but never got around to it. The next day I found out the train route we are on is often used for drug trafficking or money transfer by leaving bags in the overhead for other people to collect. That explains a lot.. I got at least 8 hours sleep that trip and spent the day on the observation deck watching snowy mountains and dessert pass us by. Something I would never get to see by plane. Not a lot of picks because they are hard to take through glass in ...
... halfway between Charleston and Hilton Head where we spent the better part of two weeks. Sraddha had the opportunity of a lifetime to paddle board </a>too. By then we had decided to head west for the winter but first ...
... gun – no returning back
... plants and geology. There were heaps of lovely animals that I've never seen before including beavers, bobcats, prairie dogs, hummingbirds and some not-so-lovely like snakes! The plants were so different too! We carried on to the Mission San Xavier del Bac, a historic Spanish Catholic mission about 10 miles south of downtown Tucson, Arizona, on the Tohono O'odham San Xavier Indian Reservation. It is a beautiful church that is currently being restored to its former glory, ...