Days Inn & Suites Tucson
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... out lest I start talking with the two other volunteers near the entrance of the museum.
The rest of the hike was interesting, but very HOT, even with my hat. Photos show some of the photogenic bits, especially the Pima County Courthouse, which I found to be beautiful.
By the time I got home, I knew that Michael and Bob would be home within the half hour, and I slipped in for a well-earned siesta in the air conditioning and under a ceiling fan....
... peak at other peoples movies. But you will have to make up the words as earphones are compulsory in coach...unless your that stupid ***** who ruined family guy for me on the way to San Diego. -Have a blog that you need to catch on. This takes a surprisingly long amount of time to write even if nobody but my mum reads it. -Take use of the smoko breaks and head upwind of them to get some fresh air when you can. Just don't get left behind. -have no shame. Dancing to ...
... Ya just never know what is around the corner do you?
Stats to mention:
RV miles traveled so far on this trip = 13,168.
Average Miles per gallon = close to 8. You do the rest of the math.
Glad gas prices are down
... and enjoy when you are retired and living life leisurely, maybe it’s the happiness that I now have in my personal life that makes this place more beautiful, maybe it’s the traveling that we have done, the terrain we have seen, that makes this desert stand out. Whatever it is, I’m kinda digging the rediscovery of this place.
On this trip through we spent a day in the town of Bisbee. This is a very eclectic little ...
... into him and they took out about 300 yards of guard rails before losing total control. Don't know if either one went over the side or not since we were a couple of hours behind the accident. What we saw were the parts of two cement trucks on 4 flatbeds as they were being hauled off. Slowed us down for maybe 20 minutes and we were off again.
Got through Phoenix and I raise the question, "Why would anyone want ...