Days Inn & Suites Tucson
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... up ! Northern & western New Mexico was much different than the scrub land in the southeast- rolling hills and trees replaced scrub and oil wells. My trip took me through the "white sands" missile range, I always wondered where the name came from - now I know - 25 miles of white sand mounds running the length of the road. The trip up to silver city ended up being a bust. I never found the scenic road back ...
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preparing them for overland shipment. The AMARG team also reclaims
hundreds of millions of dollars worth of parts to support global
This combination of parts reclaimed and aircraft withdrawn represents a
return on taxpayer investment of more than $1.07 ...
... Tucson as we want to visit the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum which is south of Tucson. It takes us through Saguaro National Park where we see oh so many saguaro cactus. These are the more traditional looking cacti from the old west days. We love them. The park is accurately named as we see more than we have ever seen. It is wonderful. Thank goodness the road ...
... RV Park.
We had a good dinner and met an outstanding server, Kassandra. She's nearly finished with her degree in Criminal Justice. We had a great visit with her. All of the staff were friendly.
This morning, Sunday, we went back to Dealer Numero Uno and drove the Itasca...with a manager. Long story short, they wanted too much money that we didn't want to spend.
... this time.
We then went off the beaten track to the top of the plateau overlooking Monument Valley. From here a dirt road - the Moki Dugway - drops the 2000ft in about 6 bends to the valley floor. Views again were unreal. Reaching the bottom you turn off the tarmac again and head across a little marked track that runs through The Valley of the Gods. Surrounded by rock buttresses in all shapes and sizes and with the desert sun casting all different shapes and colours ...