Comfort Inn Tucson
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... was in the Navy and knows some of these aircraft. The bone yard is located on the Air Force Base.
The Pima Air & Space Museum, located in Tucson, Arizona, is one of the world's largest non-government funded aerospace
museums. The museum features a display of nearly 300 aircraft spread
out over 80 acres (320,000 mē) on a campus occupying 127 acres
... my car (I'm guessing after seeing my Mississippi tag), saw me drinking my Eegee (yes, that is what you call one), and gave me a big thumbs-up and “Go!” pointing at said Eegee. Evidently I have now officially “arrived” in the Tucson area.
My final stop for the day before heading to my accommodations for the night was a local “cowboy-style” steakhouse for a delightful ...
... Tahoe it looks iffy! Check out the logo...a lemon with yellow on the bottom and white mountain on the top. Cute! We had a nice lunch at the Iron Door on the outdoor patio overlooking the one chair lift. Our waiter, Nelson a local, provided a lot of information and entertainment. He could turn a phrase. Deer and wild turkeys were in the valley and hummingbirds at our table. Two days of interesting ...
... shanties on barren hillsides with dirt tracks for roads. We passed through a police check point but must have looked OK, they just waved us through. We did stop for petrol but that was all. Not a place you want to spend time in. Our destination Tucson, Arizona. Gary has been wanting to see the Saguaro Cactus and boy did we hit paydirt. Tucson has millions of them and they are wonderful specimens, really tall with many arms. Tucson is a very nice city, very dry ...
... to visit a childhood/college friend, and to Hamburg the third weekend to visit my niece, Margaret, a Fulbright Scholar just finishing her year in Germany.
I have yet to see how easy it will be to post entries, but will try my best to journal about our activities. For now, I'll log off and make my way to my gate. Goodbye desert, heat, and tortillas for breakfast. Hello to Germany, greenery, bread and cheese, and an education about Mr. Bach.