Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Tucson
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Headed from Mexicali towards Tuscon the truck sounded better once I got it up to 120km so I set the cruise control and sailed along.
In the morning I emptied the truck and sorted all my stuff out into give away, sell, mail back and keep piles and got ready for the big purge and release.
I stopped in Yuma and found a group of hobos that ride the rails. They had a sign up asking for food. I gave them 3 bags of dried foods enough for weeks of good meals. I had been ...
... Not only is it a magnificent outdoor nature park, it has an amazing number of really cool animals including a mountain lion, some Bob cats and a coyote. Peter's friends, the spiders, are fantastic as long as they stay behind the glass! The prairie dogs were out in the sun and the only one asleep today was he bear. A fabulous place. Love Tucson.
... thought he was special and all he did was wear a name tag that he recycled. We crossed the San Pedro river and it actually had water in it. Typically it is dry but after this mornings rain, it was flowing. We then shortly arrived at Boot Hill Cemetery at 9.30am and took some photos of the graves and the quirky summation on their headstones. They all died with their boots on. At 10.00am and right next door we arrived at Tombstone Arizona at the ...
... the Arizona Native Plant Law, which prohibits digging up saguaros and other protected species without a permit and approval of the Arizona Department of Agriculture. For more info see http://www.ehow.com/about_6113671_deser t-cactus-plants.htmlSo the Botanical Gardens then… is 135 acres of trails dedicated ...
... the safe was open and well and truly wrecked but at least I had my stuff.
Time to hit the road. First stop, the PIMA Air & Space Museum. It's not like your traditional boring museum, well, not for me anyway. It consisted of 5 hangers and a huge backyard which housing around 300 planes, ranging from old fighter jets and helicopters to commercial aircraft. Some of the other interesting exhibits include a moon rock, a replica of ...