ExtendedStay Tucson Grant Road
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... This was a long way from a wilderness hike, but I wouldn’t have missed it for the world. Sam’s host Mom walks up before work, getting up at 4:30 to do so. Plenty of folks were just starting up as we reached the bottom. Sam said that it is safe; his host family could only remember one untoward incident her whole life there.
I think I’d be one of the regulars for this walk if I lived in Tucson.
... control deployment of the nose cone and chute.
With every good launch or day we had 2 or 3 that sort of went out of control... either had the wrong engine installed so it didn’t go high enough... fast enough or lost control at launch and either shot over the crowd and/or landed in the parking lot of cars. ...
... a lame excuse and ask the conductor if I can move seats to get out of the sun. He says no but I can shut the curtains. My buddy in seat 39 next to me pipes up and says yeah it's fine if you want to close the curtains. At that point I think. ****. I am going to be on this train for the next 8 hours with him. Surely he will give up soon. I make eye contact with every conductor until one, thinking I just wanted to spread out finally lets me move. The guy is so hidden in his ...
... OK Corral, not that I could tell you anything about it.
The road to Tombstone took us past thousands of parked mothballed planes, which I think we are due to visit tomorrow... but it was a weird feeling driving past them all. Row upon row of them.
Through Benson and on towards St David and Tombstone, it was an easy drive, but with not a lot to see. My eyes felt really weird and incredibly sensitive to the light, even though ...
... serif&qu ot;; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Went along long tunnels and through big doors, which closed in case of a nuclear war