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... on to Cabellas.
I knew about Cabellas from being shown a catalogue but I do not think the others did. We arrived about 15:30 and agreed to meet at 16:30 allowing an hour to wander round. It soon became clear that this would not be long enough as we managed to buy some bits and pieces and marvel at the various departments. Their food section with items such as 'Texas Butt Burner' sauce was quite a revelation. I can't say I was too impressed with the coffee in the ...
... Peal Harbor so I kept seeing signs of Aloha.) :-) I think it was around 9 we finally arrived in Tucson. Matt wants to hit a Man vs. Food restaurant at every stop now so tonight was Lindy's. It's a burger joint by the University. Lindy's is a little dive that has VERY sexually explicit names for its famous burgers. Example: Dirty Sanchez. I just had a chicken burger thing. Matt had something crazy. Side note for today: Fred and Bentley DO NOT like elevators. #fourleggedsplits ...
... we approached bright
Angel lodge it got busier and we started seeing people from our coach
trip. Visiting the Canyon during monsoon season has it's benefits as
we pretty much had the trail to ourselves. When we got to the lodge
we drunk water from the Canyon spring, and had time to quickly grab a
cup of hot chocolate and Earl Grey . . .. bandage up Lynn's feet and
buy some postcards. On the way back we stopped at another little
service station on route ...
... 1889 silver mining town…still amazingly active, especially today. This is their annual Wyatt Earp Festival and all the locals from as far away as Phoenix gather in costumes of the period to stage a street fight with guns-a-blazin'! We were swept away with the excitement of the day, and took lots of photos, and even a hangin’ (see photos).
The actual town of old is only 4 square blocks, but there’s lots to ...
... plane built by the Wright Brothers (or as I tried to point out, the 2nd successfully manned aeroplane) and Air Force One from the Kennedy era.
As I was a bit pressed for time, I jumped on the tram tour to do the outdoor bit which is huge and would take you a good couple of hours to walk around.
Next stop was AMARG (or as it is more commonly known, The Boneyard). This is located on a military base and is massive. It is where the ...