Crossland Economy Studios - Tucson - Butterfield Drive
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It’s late in the afternoon and the sun is casting long shadows of the saguaro across the desert floor. This combined with a rumbling distant thunderstorm some how makes the desert seem less hostile…almost like it’s welcoming us into it’s space…it’s a very soothing feeling. Then the howling begins. After a particularly close rumble of thunder, the desert becomes alive with ...
... to sit in the shade, listen to running and falling waters and even dip our feet into cool waters which released the heat of the desert that had become trapped in our hiking shoes.
Tohono Chul Gardens and Galleries was our next day trip. Tohono Chul means "desert corner" in the Tohono O'odham language. This is a 49-acre, non-profit desert preserve established to enrich people's lives by providing them the opportunity to find peace and inspiration in a place ...
... of course! Food and drink was delicious and the service was excellent. Just after noon most returned to the hotel while Susan and Caitie went to help set up the event. Most of us had down time until 3ish. The memorial for Jim would be at 4 PM and I still wasn't sure what I wanted to say.
It looked like a storm was coming ...
... to 100 degrees, about 80 miles one way, and nice and hilly. I'll surely find out if I need to install that triple chainring. I have not yet ridden my bike with all four panniers and gear loaded up. I expect this first trip to be very challenging because of the weight and different center of gravity. I'm sure I'll eventually get used to it. My ...
... your bottle of liquor! It was surprisingly clean and was a pleasant surprise. We went with 3 other couples who go all the time for their dental and eye glass needs and they showed us the "ropes" of getting around this tiny little area.
We went back to the "Center of the Earth" Museum to see a dedication of the History of the United States and the History of Parachuting, but it wasn't all that well organized which was too bad; however, we did speak with a ...