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Left early headed for Tucson....2 hour drive but well worth it.
First stop the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum which is a mix of zoo, museum and botanical gardens. We followed one of the trails and saw snakes, mountain lions, prairie dogs, a wolf, a cave of rocks and minerals, spiders and talked to a guide about Cacti. Isaac stopped to excavate a rock and uncovered some fossils. It was hands on, fun but very hot. We finished off at ...
... hours somehow, which meant we missed the chap who had bought Olly's bike off ebay, so we sold it to a Cruise America worker instead! Now just a two hour journey on to our dude ranch. Yeah ha!
We arrive exhausted, its been an incredibly long day, an hour later we are all on horses hacking out in the desert past giant cacti that you just wouldn't believe. This is Pip, Olly's and Iain's first time on a horse, much to my great amusement. Ruby the rider spends the whole ...
... with yet another economic and environmental wonder ... GOe3's Universal EV Quick Charging Station.
An Arizona institution for over 30 years, Bookmans Entertainment Exchange has built their reputation on the concept that "used" is not a dirty word. With six stores in Tucson, Mesa, Phoenix, and ...
... I do mean full. Well, you just step out and keep walking, slowly. Don't stop! Somehow they all miss you. Someone else said "close your eyes". Not the best idea because the few cars and trucks are not so mobile.
Off to breakfast after this early AM introduction to Hanoi.
After breakfast we met our tour guide, Larry Abbott, in the lobby and took an impromptu walking tour of the old city. there is a lot of pollution due to the many ...
... operations against the Western and
Chiricahua Apache Indians. Troop strength at Fort Lowell averaged 130
officers and 239 enlisted men. Much of the construction work on the
Fort was done by the soldiers themselves.
The buildings at Fort Lowell reflected a Mexican Sonoran style of architecture. Buildings were built with think adobe walls, pine logs, and saguaro ribs supporting hard packed dirt roofs ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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