Fairfield Inn Tucson I-10/Butterfield Business Park
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... I would respectfully suggest that the shuddering is probably sufficient to warn of its approach.
The furniture was also novel, being more like a collection of assorted old broom handles nailed together in a slightly random way with a melamine top glued and nailed on top. Dead smart. More back shed than IKEA, it achieved something far more special than just 'rustic'.
It probably won't catch on back home, but I could be wrong.
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... it was quite scary looking down, as the narrow pathway dropped steeply away. We saw some beautiful birds, including something that looked like a black cardinal. Paul had bought a field guide and was able to identify it as a phainopepla. Once we were back down at ground level, we were able to enjoy our lunch, and we were delighted to have a close up encounter with a bright red cardinal! We had never seen one before. Next....on the ...
... same spot anyway. We all boarded the rickety old mine train and with the ringing of train bell off we went, away from the blistering heat of the day into the cold depths of the copper mine.
Now, I've been on a mine tour a couple of times in the past (Ballarat Gold mines) but this was Stef's first time and I would never have though she'd be into something like this, but to my surprise, she was loving it! It was pretty fun though. We ...
... were rocky. I took too many pictures- so you can see everything. The only thing that really stood out on the drive was that AZ roads stink and that gas is *hella* cheap ($3.09 a gallon for premium).
I got out the Orbitz app about an hour or so outside of Tucson and we found a reasonable hotel that sounded interesting. The Lodge on the Desert was fancy and I think because we were staying in off season we got it for a ...
... Hohokam Village and the ruins of the Romero Ranch. The rain sped up our return trip, but we were outfitted with raincoats, so it worked out fine. The downgoing sun illuminated the Santa Claras and made the site memorable.
We slept well in the quiet night. it was laundry day, so we headed into the town of Catalina, about five miles north. It seems that everyone in the area had the same idea. It was packed! No problem, ...
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