Extended Stay America - Tucson - Grant Road
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... as long
since I returned as I was gone in the first place.
In any case I am delighted to invite everyone who is here in
Southern Arizona who wishes to join us to attend my three-part class on The
Holiest Places on Earth, which begins tomorrow night at Temple Emanu-El here in
Tucson. The publicity blurb is enclosed
The Holiest Places on
Earth: Part I
... the roads leading to the border crossing into Mexico. At 10:30 on a Saturday morning! Nafta at work.
Leaving El Paso we immediately crossed into New Mexico and again left the interstate. Fifteen years ago we had found the road closest to the border that crossed New Mexico. It had been a deserted road, the only sign of life being a lone border agent dragging a tire lying on its side across the sand that bordered the road to catch the footprints of anyone trying to trek ...
... I noticed 3 of the Symphony players move on stage and look at the pedal steel guitar… what came to mind was people who played in such a small circle of people/instruments that maybe they’d never seen someone play that instrument and how it worked… they stood close, chatted and pointed to ...
Soon after noon, lunch was mentioned and options discussed. We ended up at Zinburgers where we enjoyed excellent BIG burgers and more pleasant family time. From there Donna left us to ...
... dogs (looking like marmots), the Mexican wolf, deers, snakes, owls birds and hummingbirds, turtles, bighorns, beaver and otters.
Not to forgetting all the desert plants: some we saw before and know we learned the names to it, and also a whole lot of new cactus and succulents: like a Agave plant in flower… growing super-fast, they had a measuring pole near it, or the ...