Doubletree by Hilton Tucson - Reid Park
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We are still here in Tucson. The campground is lined with fruit trees - pink/white grapefruit, oranges, lemons/limes. It was pretty awesome...we were able to pick fresh fruit - especially the lemons and limes to go with our grey goose...LOL. Tucson is surrounded by mountains, it's too bad that the landscape gets littered by the high tension wires, etc. The mountains are really beautiful, especially the sunsets.
10/7/14 - Had a ...
... country we live in; and despite all the joking (ya right) we are having a truly wonderful experience and are blessed to have been able to do this while we are still (somewhat) able!
So today was the Desert Museum. This place has several acres of land with trails that take you around the perimeter and through the middle. Each trail leads you to the types of animals that live in the desert in live habitats. There were ...
... in the early church between James, the brother of Jesus, and Paul including the question of whether new followers needed to maintain Jewish practices in order to follow Jesus.
For students of the bible and of the origins of Christianity, Aslan’s work offers a fresh and provocative exploration into the historical Jesus. He presents a figure that is in some ways unlike the other-worldly God/Man presented in some of the gospels and in other ways is more like ...
... the day in Scottsdale with breakfast and lunch, enjoying and having some iced coffees and ice cream sundaes too :-). Thank you. It was a lovely beautiful place, full of beautiful people; which can make it a little intimidating. We ate a ridiculous amount of sushi today , probably more because it was a nice respite from meat and carbs to have fish and veg! We headed back to the car which was a struggle to get in to. It was now ...
... The grounds are beautiful ... Where 42 monks now live... we found that they still have a dress code, which we didn't meet ... long pants, long sleeve shirts, shoes, skirts, scarfs... but the drive to the Monastery and the visual sights of their property tells us that the dress code is worth the time and effort so we're headed back on a cooler day ...