Hotel Tucson City Center Conference Suite Resort
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... and we can do our future trips together. "Note to self : don't make her first trip in the southwest in late June!!! Otherwise it will be a short partnership :) I really need to have a dictaphone with me on the trek because I'm sure I'm missing tid bits that intended to let you know about. I ended up at the JW Marriott resort in Tucson. What an outstanding property ! If you are heading to Tucson - I highly recommend ...
... and deliver P-3 aircraft to various foreign allies in
order to improve allied interoperability.
The Commodities Division removes, inspects, repairs and delivers
aircraft parts and subassemblies in support of U.S. and foreign allied
contingency and training efforts. In 2005, the Division reclaimed and
shipped worldwide 19,194 parts valued at almost ...
... More saguaros as we left and up over a narrow-roaded mountain to Tucson. Toured the streets of Tucson amidst a lot of road work. Would've stopped if we could've found parking. Headed to one of four casinos listed in the book that all say they permit RV parking overnight as we figure to boondock. First casino, Casino del Sol, we ask about where we've parked and they say ...
... the street, we drove the Tiffin and it was great! Very deluxe in every way, it was. But, they must have colluded with the folks across the street, because they wanted too much money too!
Now we've moved across town, west and are at the Bar J RV Park. My amigo, Pete, has wintered here and likes it. So do we! Paul and Gale are as old, and older than we are and are real gems. We ...
... documentary by the way!) it was a couple of transition days as they call it in the Tour de France covering ground south to Moab. Route took us through Grand Teton NP and Flaming Gorge and the National Elk refuge ! Also passed the historic Oregon Trail - you can still see the wagon train tracks (allegedly) as hundreds of wagons a day headed west. Nothing really worth mentioning except for GS buffs that we got over 500 miles out of a tank - we have also now covered over ...