Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Tucson Airport
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was in the Navy and knows some of these aircraft. The bone yard is located on the Air Force Base.
The Pima Air & Space Museum, located in Tucson, Arizona, is one of the world's largest non-government funded aerospace
museums. The museum features a display of nearly 300 aircraft spread
out over 80 acres (320,000 mē) on a campus occupying 127 acres
... my car (I'm guessing after seeing my Mississippi tag), saw me drinking my Eegee (yes, that is what you call one), and gave me a big thumbs-up and “Go!” pointing at said Eegee. Evidently I have now officially “arrived” in the Tucson area.
My final stop for the day before heading to my accommodations for the night was a local “cowboy-style” steakhouse for a delightful ...
... toured the grounds some after eating and got some good shots of the many flowering cacti. I'll edit the shots and post them tomorrow in Glendale.
Why are we going to Glendale, you may ask. Well the Ford Dealer her in Tucson was too busy, just like the one in Las Cruces. Thus the AC wasn't really fixed. We have an appointment with Sanderson Ford. Interestingly, they have facilities there where we ...
... documentary by the way!) it was a couple of transition days as they call it in the Tour de France covering ground south to Moab. Route took us through Grand Teton NP and Flaming Gorge and the National Elk refuge ! Also passed the historic Oregon Trail - you can still see the wagon train tracks (allegedly) as hundreds of wagons a day headed west. Nothing really worth mentioning except for GS buffs that we got over 500 miles out of a tank - we have also now covered over ...
... was a 'museum'. Anyway, it turned out to be more of a zoo than a museum and it showcased all of the different animals, reptiles, plants, etc that are found in the Sonoran Desert. Well, this could not be missed and off we trundled up the road, stopping and snapping lots of photos of Saguaro cacti along the way. We spent three hours wandering this museum and saw all sorts of cool animals along the way, Mexican Wolf, Javelinas (think desert pig), mountain lion, black ...