Holiday Inn Express Tucson Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Started the day with brekkie at Denny's. A huge fry for John and pancakes for Ann. You have to try these things.
As we entered Arizona, stopped to shop at Dwayne's Jerky. The little shop had jerky, including kangaroo jerky from Aus., (sold out) but also had gum trees in the car park. Rubbed the leaves - how nostalgic. One guy there even had a Blue Heeler ...
... it had rained over six inches in one day at the top of the mountains and two inches down at the State Park. The roads were flooded and campers couldn't get out for two days! Luckily we missed that, and our only inconvenience was the above-mentioned river fording...it would have been cool to see the flash floods happening, though, provided you weren't in ...
... it's almost impossible to do things here without a vehicle. Rental prices were driven up because of a local gem show or something. Classic. To get to the rental I fought 2 busses. When I was about to get on the third and final bus I saw a hertz so went in for a quote. They were way more expensive than dollar so I asked them for a taxi company number to get to dollar at the airport. In keeping with how nice people were in Tucson they drove me to the ...
Our first Saguaro Cacti, they really are amazing. The National Park isn't very interesting, no camping and only a very busy scenic drive through the cactus forest. We had to stay at Colossal Caves Park back down the road, not a bad spot but they lock you into a small camping area from 5pm till 8am for some strange reason so we couldn't do our normal dusk drive to look for ...
... this time...HA! About a hundred shots later, each of us laughed about our vow...I have never seen a barn owl, nor a gray hawk, so these were pretty special sightings! And we got to see a family of six Harris hawks hunting together (although one of them flew off to the nearby greenhouses for some 'live action' and missed the show...the naughty fellow did return before the display ended!). The perigean falcon is ...