Fairfield Inn Tucson at Airport
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... the fact that it has little value among the rest of the family, who act a bit embarrassed to be near me when I put it on, and emit groans, rolling their eyes as they first spy my sartorial splendor. Don’t get me wrong. I know that it is dorky, and not particularly flattering, but it just so happens that there are several situations in which it is the perfect head-wear, deserts being one place and on open water in a kayak being another. Besides, my brother Ken gave it to ...
... with a gorgeous view of Tucson. Very comfy. Beatrice cooked pasta for us and we had some yummy white wine and snaps and Poire William.. Sunday we lingered over breakfast and then went to Chicos to look around while the guys went to Best Buy. I found a new top for Xmas and a cami and then we explored Whole Foods for awhile. Later we drove to Tubac and on the way saw the Missiom of St Franci Xavier...an old sSpanishe mission begun in 1692 or so. Tubac had a huge craft Fair ...
Sleep was difficult with the sun blearing on my face, but it was time to get up. I roused at around 1000 and could see Swede was still sleeping, through the crack in his door. I had a few things to see today so I got moving, and headed to the Titan missile silo.
It took about 30 minutes to reach, south of Tucson. The area is a little built up compared to when the facility was opened in the 60s. It was originally part of a string of silos spread out across the desert ...
... leave of absence and continue to travel around the world. Sadly I have to make the first leg of the trip on my own as Logan has to stay behind to finish up stuff around the house and I had to be to work on Wednesday.
So Logan dropped me off at the airport and I lugged my 2 enormous checked bags, one being lucky ...
... getting on a bus to Chihuahua, Mexico. Although most of our trip will be slow travel and spending longer periods in places we think we might like to live, our first leg is touristy. We're going to spend a couple of days exploring the Copper Canyon and riding the famous Chepe train through at least part of it. Mexico, here we ...