Four Points By Sheraton Tucson Airport
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... hates you just as much as everything else in this park; the red Staghorn Cholla gave their best impressions of trees – though never having seen an actual tree, they tended to look a little silly. Birds are unseen, as was the genetically mutated Crested Saguaro Cactus. If the question was asked on which to venture towards, both of us would unanimously say: West Saguaro.
... feeling that you are superior to someone else.
Expressing an opinion to others can come from a place deep inside where our natural egocentrism is trying to build more positive life behaviors and self-esteem. This is accomplished via active communication and dialogue with others thus forming a better appreciation of private and public, and building a better representation of the external world. Alternatively, remaining silent, judging without dialogue ...
... burritos, enchiladas, chili rillenos, fajitas, chimichangas and mole, We consumed massive amounts of guacamole, chips and salsa and way too many spirits, wine and Arizona craft beer. All thoughts of dieting were gone by the end of the first week.
We went to the gem show, art shows, farmer's markets, state parks and bike paths, and enjoyed the beauty of the outdoors. ...
We met Hank and Kathy for breakfast at Chompies, a great NY Jewish Deli. The best chicken livers to have with scrambled eggs and bagel. They live in Scottsdale.
We had brunch with them on our first travel day in Leavenworth, WA.
Then off to Tucson to visit with my brother, Colin and sister-in-law Virginia. Oh, and ...
... a guy climbing the palm trees to trim them. He climbed with just his arms and feet and legs, shimmying up the tree, with a cloth wrapped around his feet. He was incredibly strong to be able to do that. Here you can see him high in a tree (we were on the 5th floor on the patio of the condo).
On Saturday the 22nd we flew from ...