Desert Diamond Casino Hotel
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SUNDAY All went well with travel. Limo dropped me at the wrong terminal; not really his fault as he dropped me at American Airlines, but they were using US airlines for that service and I only had to walk 100 metres to the correct place. Was given preferred treatment at security: only had to put metal items in bag which went into x-ray and walk through the scanner. 90 minute flight to Phoenix, walked a few hundred metres to the next concourse, waited 20 minutes ...
... control cars. I wondered what they would do if we stopped somewhere. Just as I had that thought, we passed an elaborate roadside memorial. Joe wanted a picture so I slowed and pulled off the road. He got out and walked back to the memorial. Within seconds, a white border patrol suv approaching us came into view. Was this just a coincidence? As he approached he slowed. I gazed nonchalantly off into the distance hands on the steering wheel. He leaned out his window peering closely ...
... next to the statue of Jackson Browne; and we saw the amazing peaks in Flagstaff.
On February 1st we stopped by the Phoenix Airport to pick up Fran, Susan's sister, who arrived from cold New Hampshire, then we all drove down to check into the condo. Fran's daughter, Kathy, arrived in Tucson on the 8th. These last two weeks have just flown by.
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... branches or arms. Many different birds make holes in them for homes. Sadly, a lot have died due to freezing and other factors so there is not the impressive concentration of 70 years ago. However, for a cactus lover like myself it was still a very enjoyable park. Trails crisscross the desert everywhere. Easy to get lost which, of course, I did. But after much wandering I made it ...
... not to miss: visiting the Grand Palace Saloon to attend a musical show with Lady Vivian and her Saloon girls. And enjoying the train ride around Old Tucson with more little discoveries like chuck wagons, mines…. And if that is not enough, how about talking with a cowboy who introduced us to the cowboy live, the chuck wagon, the cookies and the cattle drives.
Paul’s favorite song is “I wanna be a ...