Extended Stay America - Tucson - Grant Road
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... fond of Emily, of course.
The house where Em is staying now has gardens in the back - we ate a stir-fry of fresh turnips and kale- a chicken coop, and solar panels. Unfortunately, not many houses seem to have them here, which seems quite odd to us, especially since so many roofs are flat. Rachel is an amazing young woman, who works in a library, but spends much of her time with a group which helps folks who have been detained by INS after they have been released. Soon, a ...
... we entered Coconino National Forest..It's Apache country. Before Camp Verde a high plateau with grassland and small evergreen Cyprus trees across the grasslands...ranch country....white faced black cattle..... Only 52 C as we are around 6000 ft.... .Mt Mingus Elevat 7000 ft in the distance west ......rock less red , driving via a river valley/gorge....looks like the Cypress Hills in S Alta. eventually we split to Hwy to Sedona. We are staying at the ...
... of air show on or something as the Airforce display team was doing maneuvers over the base. So a lot of roads I needed to take were shut and people had stopped everywhere to watch. I finally find my way to the fence of the base and the boneyard. The number of planes there was astounding. It's also a sad sight to see, these once feared and majestic dominators of the worlds sky's, sitting in a dusty field, slowly deteriorating, never to feel the wind on their wings again. ...
We left to go to the Pima Air space Museum Tucson which holds over 300 airplanes including a space gallery. We spent over 2 hours walking around the hangars and outside in the desert. Every piece of american history is a reflection of all of those aircraft used in World War II bombers to now. We didn't get to see everything, too tired to walk any further. It was well worth the time to see this. We then drove over to see what they call the Bone grave yard where there ...
... we approached Tucson we were diverted onto a secondary road that rode like a roller coaster. It would have been a lot of fun in Cynthia's little Z-car, but was somewhat disconcerting with an Airstream trailer 3 feet off our rear bumper!
We stayed at the Catalina State Park about 20 miles North of Tucson, and while in a treeless, barren setting, ...