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... where everything had started to melt and make our things nice and damp. Chris piled on his clothes and jacket and went outside to scrape off the snow. It was still coming down and blowing in sideways so we had to work fast. I dried off and shook off everything inside as fast as I could. We noticed the family that had been beside in their tent were long gone. They must have packed up in the middle of the night and driven right out of there. It made me think ...
... remembrance happening and after 9.30 am we could go in and take pictures of the Chapel. It kin of felt disrespectful for us to even be there on this occasion. The prayer room was so hot with candles burning! We were able to walk around the hill that has a cross on it and a shrine. It was a great vantage point for photos of the Mission and the valley. We arrived at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum at 10.30am. I was tired and could have done with ...
... motel. Alturas is just a fairly quiet small town--not a destination in itself-- but it's a convenient stopover town before beginning the 2-day slog back to Tucson.
The last couple of days of traveling home, through Nevada and then AZ, were not enjoyable, but not expected to be, and everything went OK. Just a long slog home. I would not recommend driving to AZ from OR via the Nevada Hwy 95 route on west side of NV... it's hundreds of miles ...
... Museumn the morning. It was cold and a bit blustery, and a few showers! It was an amazing experience. We took a guided tour of the primary inside hanger, and the female guide was very informative. We were particularly interested in a large jet-like sleek aircraft called the SR -71 Blackbird spy plane ( in service in 1965). It was originally called RS-71, but when the airforce brass presented it to President Johnson, he kept ...
... Santa Fe diocese begins first repairs of the Mission
1887 Earthquake damages the Mission
1905 Bishop Granjon begins major repairs
1913 Franciscans return to the Mission
1939 Lightning strikes the West Tower
1953 Church facade is restored
1963 San Xavier becomes a National Historic Landmark
1978 Patronato San Xavier established to preserve the Mission
1989 Leaking walls force emergency ...