Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Tucson
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... Michael and I were the only folks there to really submerge. The water was a bit chilly (yea!), so others merely stuck their feet in.
Our core body heat got lowered at good old stop 8, and we headed back to our little historic bungalow. Emily is craving vegetables, so we made a stop at a grocery store on the way back to get more veggies and some tofu. I have to admit, I love going into local groceries when I travel. This one did not disappoint. The aisles were filled ...
... amazing. The birds fly so close you can feel the brush of feathers as they rush by. They are completely untethered and have free choice in the open desert not an amphitheater. Only birds native to the Sonoran desert are flown and it is fun. 4-5 species are flown in the morning and 4 species including a family of hunting birds flown in the afternoon. The sun is not the best angle ...
... guitars have different sounds. The problem was I couldn't hear him at all. Throughout all the songs, nothing he seemed to play came above the sound of the lead guitarist/singer. And he'd just stop in the middle of a song and tune his guitar or fiddle with his equipment. Swede said he'd seen these guys perform before and there was no third member.
The main act, Neko Case came on to a roaring crowd. Swede said her music was a mix of rock and country. It sounded a ...
... to be broken up and recycled. and it is not just planes - parts of helicopters, launch trucks and other m,military equipment is kept here. the bus tour from the Air & Space Museum that we took takes about an hour and is run by veterans from the military. Their knowledge of the planes in the boneyard is amazing and encyclopedic to say the least. And they even have a few British planes here - our fleet of Harrier VTOL fighters is here. most of them ...
Turned off the I 10 & went down through Ajo & Sells before arriving in Tucson. Saw lots of border patrol vehicles & were stopped at a checkpoint about 45 mi from the border & 30 miles from Tucson. A sniffer dog checks the vehicle & our passports were checked. Went to the Titan Missile Museum, just out of Tucson, extremely interesting. At one point in time the US had 3 sights all of which had 18 Titan ICBM, they were the largest ICBM's in the US & had 9 megaton ...