Courtyard Tucson Williams Centre
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We wanted more time with family and friends in Tucson. One more round of thinning out stuff we don't need, picking up a few things we do, and getting Bertha ready to head east. It's been great to have time with the family and long talks. Oh and Julie learned how to shoot a rifle and a hand gun including a bit of self defense lessons too. Colin said it' a bit like his EMT. Good skills to have but you hope you never have to use them.
... door, but then I got completely lost again. I'm telling you, these casinos do this on purpose. It doesn't matter which turn or bend you take, you're faced with the ding-a-ling-a-ling and the subliminal message of "come push my button!" I was having none of it. I had to get to that case, which I eventually did half an hour later and quite conveniently, as the store was opening. I then wheeled her back along the strip because I didn't want to have to navigate ...
I will end the blog in Tucson. The trailer is unpacked and we're settling in to Donna and Bob's house for the winter. We're definitely going to enjoy the weather here and getting outside without putting on long underwear, coats, and hats. I won't miss driving on ice and snow. Our plan right now is to stay until the end of March. The jury is still out as to whether or not we want to move out of Alaska. Maybe we will just be Snowbirds. Total miles driven since we left Anchorage: ...
... few would realise it. I realise how lucky I am and I'm trying to fully appreciate each day. It's a bit of balancing act - the nature of the trip means we have to cover the miles, but also want to avoid rushing and missing stuff. Had a deep and meaningful conversation with JB over a beer yesterday and drew some other conclusions too - he misses his wife Cristina, and I miss my dog ! Eventually got to the Grand Canyon - managed to get in almost free and the ranger gave us a years ...
... hideout at one time) to the President for the U of A. The first tours were taken through the unimproved Cave in 1923 using ropes and lanterns. Today thanks to the Civilian
Conservation Corps , who constructed the buildings, walkways, and wiring in the mid 1930's, the tours are very comfortable. The hand-set flagstone walkways and ...
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