Courtyard Tucson Williams Centre
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... Our trip to Gilbert Ray Campground was as confusing as ever. Both of our navigation devices led us to a pass over the Tucson Mountains where large vehicles over 12,000lbs. are prohibited. After much consternation, on my part, we got disconnected and re-attached and found our way. A kindly fellow, walking by, told us a decent way to travel.
This campground offers electricity only and 30A. at that. It's enough to run one of our AC units and keep ...
... little blue dot to flash its tiny beacon as it moves across the screen to get you to the red pin and the front door!
Desert Trails was a campground that catered to snowbirds in large motorhomes seeking several months of winter sun in Arizona. The season was just breaking up however and a few sites had been vacated so we were able to stay there. Our site, although closely packed in with other r.v.”s, was beautifully landscaped with desert plants and backed onto the ...
... here. Then things got a little crazy. The window he had looked out of was on the right passenger side. The wind had been blowing from the left onto the driver’s side so we hadn’t really seen just how much it snowed. When Chris went to get his sweater he saw just how bad it was. We had left the windows open maybe an inch and a good cm of snow had blown into the van covering the entire driver’s seat and dashboard. Some of the snow traveled over to ...
... brown, mostly uninteresting scenery for hundreds of miles on
2-lane road with NO passing lanes and lots of trucks. I much preferred The Hwy 93 route on east side of NV: a lot more scenic, and apparently not many trucks take that route. I also like the Hwy 395 route up the east side of CA, but just didn't go that route this time.
So that's the NW trip! Glad to be home for 2 weeks before heading out for Boulder at the end of the month.
... he landed in a Mexican field right by a farmer, who was able to rescue him. The other plane Paul was interested in was called the Starr's Bumble Bee, which holds the record for being the worlds smallest bi-plane. We took a trolley tour outside, but it was so cold we transferred into a school bus. The range of aircraft was exceptional. The following day, we drove north west of Tucson with our rig to go on a hike, and ended up ...