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... a boat. It's only legal in some States. Personally I think that's crazy, towing one vehicle is enough to keep track of.
More photos of some of the things we saw below!
I'm glad we drove across Texas because if we'd gone down to the Gulf we wouldn't have this experience which gives you a whole new perspective of just how big this State is!!
We're hoping to get a permit to visit the open, unguided area tomorrow. It seems to be more difficult than I'd ever imagined. There are about only 6-7 rigs here and they allow 70 folks per day. I believe it is so restricted due to the fact that it is a Sacred Site to the Native Americans. I can appreciate that, but surely would like to see some stone paintings and petroglyphs. We shall see.. More on that tomorrow.
Alive and kicking at 6.00am. Quick shower and off for my last free brekkie, compliments of the Quality Inn Airport, Tucson.
Got picked up by a taxi that resembled a car shell in a backyard in Otara. That being said, it was a pretty fast trip to the Amtrak station thanks to a Mexican driver by the name of Jamie Whincup I think !
I arrived alive at the Tucson Amtrak station, checked in, and made my way to my window seat on ...
... of going there and meeting the people to get them firmly entrenched in your heart and mind.
Lord willing the footings for the cafeteria will be poured in October. Christa and I are going to do everything within our power to get back for that. Would you consider joining us. It costs right around a thousand dollars with travel expenses. A small price for the blessing you will surely recieve.
On a related note, the parade roster was punctuated with occasional duos of the city's street-cleaning vehicles. Additionally, small bands of folk, armed with shovels and trailing a trash barrel, followed up each horse-related entry. As they hastily performed their duties, they drew "Ewews" of fake disgust from the crowd who watched every motion they made (see photos).
My Midwestern eyes noticed ...