La Quinta Inn & Suites Tucson Airport
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9/30/14 - Left Indio,CA for Yuma, AZ. On this day, we traveled by the Salton Sea, Sonny Bono National Wildlife Preserve and passed tons of groves of Palm Trees/Fig Farms. It was a very hot day and a long day at that. As we were getting closer to AZ, the towns we passed through were really run down - almost looked like a lost world. US Border patrols were seen along the roadways as well and as we entered Arizona, we had to ...
... magnificent animals. Each exhibit has lots of information on where they are from, how they lived, and how conservation efforts are saving the animals for future generations.
Your first thought is a sad one to see so many animals (dead) in one room. But then you realize that this museum is dedicated to conservation efforts and in trying to save what animals we have left on this planet.
... out of town for a bachelor party that night so it was girl's night for us! The next day Kiri made pumpkin bread, starting what is sure to be a lifelong addiction for me. It's like banana bread but a million times better. That afternoon we went for a walk into town so she could show me around their little town, which I've got to say is gorgeous! We went for a drive down to Santa Barbara to check it out, but the wee one got a bit fussy so we just drove around for a while ...
... back to the ranch, on our horses, to prepare for the rest of the days activities. Tom disappeared on another fast ride through the desert, whilst I chilled by the pool. During the fast ride Tom wore something known as a GoPro, for Darren a guy from Essex, with a passion for high adrenaline sports. It was a camera strapped to the body by elastic braces and meant he could ride in front of Darren and film him loping. The results were not as expected, it was pretty much a video of Darren ...
... br> As I got in the bathroom, a man asked me if I needed help. I asked him to buy me a bus ticket to Los Angeles, and he agreed to. I went to my bag for my money, but it wasn't there. I ran outside to look for my money on the ground. I couldn't find anything. I sadly went back to the man and told him I had lost my money. I knew it had to be in the van so he gave me a ride to the lot.