Extended Stay America - Tucson - Grant Road
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... and small sachets of 'Ocean Breeze' shampoo which might have been enough to wash your pet hamster.
I had decided very early on that this was not a place for a full scale wash, but more of a lick and a promise... but Kate enjoys a shower, so she bravely leapt from her cold bed and into the shower.
This was when we discovered that the wigwam was also fitted with an extremely sensitive smoke alarm. The tiniest curl of steam escaped and set off the ...
... he landed in a Mexican field right by a farmer, who was able to rescue him. The other plane Paul was interested in was called the Starr's Bumble Bee, which holds the record for being the worlds smallest bi-plane. We took a trolley tour outside, but it was so cold we transferred into a school bus. The range of aircraft was exceptional. The following day, we drove north west of Tucson with our rig to go on a hike, and ended up ...
... out eventually, down the road an hour & a half to Tombstone and further onward to Bisbee. Tombstone has been preserved as it was in the old western days (OK Corral and all that) and Bisbee has a terrific old Copper Mine to tour. We really liked Tombstone but being American it was somewhat tacky, detracting from it's charms to a degree. Thankfully though, the Bisbee copper mine didn't suffer the same fate.
We lined up for the mine ...
... eye can see. Turns out to be the Solana solar generating plant. Still under construction, it will use solar power to heat water and drive turbines to produce electricity. It is all based on the reflector oven principle we all learned to be wary of when trying to cook bread on a camping trip. I still can't believe it will produce 230 megawatts of power.
Gila Bend is also the site of the well ...
We got out of Tucson Mountain Park without any difficulty. It's only about twenty-five miles to where we are now, so it was an easy trip. But the rain... It rained for most of the drive and was cool, but another reminder why we come south for the winter.
This is a large campground abutting the Santa Catalina Mountains. It's near north Tucson and convenient to all we want and need. When I made the reservation, I thought we'd have ...