Doubletree by Hilton Tucson - Reid Park
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The next morning started slowly and then all at once. We woke up and talked about how windy the night had been and how it almost rocked the van. Chris always gets up first, gets dressed and goes to the bathroom. He opened the blinds on his side of the van only to see a nice fresh layer of snow covering the window. We were both pretty shocked since the night before had been warm and there was no snow in the forecast for this area or anywhere nearby, that's why ...
... Elizabeth who joined us agin for the third time, they are nice anyway. At 7.00 pm it's switched off and so Andrew went up to the servo for some beers. He came back with imported Heineken pints, 8 for $11 plus tax, now we have to drink them! I only had two and we watched the end of Desolation of Smog, just right where I turned off the movie in LA the other night and we watched most of Captain America too but stilled managed to have a reasonably early ...
... windsurfers, kids, other dogs-- everything she saw! She zipped around the beach, never tiring until the end. She kept trying to drink the seawater, but we did find some freshwater flowing down to the sea. She was exhausted that night. I really think that was maybe the MOST FUN experience in her life! If she was a teenager, she'd have been furiouslessly texting and sending photos to her friends about this amazing place with weird smells and things ...
... where we wish we had planned on more time here...the attractions book has so many more things to see and do, and the livin' is easy! But, alas, we are set to head out in the morning, so I guess we will just have to plan on a return trip to Tucson! We are parting company with our friends again and heading north, back to Vegas to pick up grandson Zach for a week of fun. Stay tuned for the next blog...!
Tracy and Douglas ...
... and regular services were held at the Mission once again. Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet opened a school at the Mission in 1872. Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity now teach at the school and reside in the convent.
The Franciscans returned to the Mission in 1913.
1692 Father Kino visits the village of Wa:k
1700 Father Kino begins foundations on a church never built