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... but I’m glad to say I finally went. It was on my list of places to visit for a very long time! Check! Then life in AZ took a turn. I had been having pain in my abdomen for a few days, on and off. When it didn’t go away we decided to get it checked out before we left AZ. Went to an Urgent Care and was advised to have a CT scan as he thought it could be appendicitis. We went to the ER and proceeded to spend the entire day in the waiting ...
... after and well trained. You can get involved with them as much as you want and there are treats to go and feed them with... There are 150 horses here, you are given the same one for the duration of your stay. After BBQ steak, there is a cowboy singsong round a campfire. Everyone has asked if we can stay here longer - what a ...
Books, Books, Books ... where art thou? The lost art of reading a paperback novel(with real paper, but used with an eye towards recycling), replaced by bits and bytes, sound bites, and boxes with toggle switches and buttons that capture children's minds for hours. Where art thou? ... well I'm here to say all is live and ...
... the lake or even just on the sidewalk doing something. They have badminton courts marked off everywhere and people of all ages are playing (ok the teenagers up to 25 or 30 must be still in bed). It all seems to stop at 7:30 as I saw one lady who must have been 70 loading up her motorcycle with her badminton racquet and heading for home. Others were having dance lessons - all kinds , ballroom, Zumba, etc. Others were doing tai chi and I stopped ...
... K-9s and therapy
dogs and more. We sure saw a lot of cute stuff as you can see in the pictures and wished we could have captured more. Lots of people and dogs everywhere.
Then it was off to see Fort Lowell Museum . Enter the world of the military life on the Arizona frontier . When it was first established in1866, on the outskirts of Tucson, it
was called Camp Lowell on land
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