Motel 6 Tucson, AZ
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... energy via water falling through them far below what we see on the surface.
The diminishing water levels are glaringly apparent from the coloured strata markings on the walls of the Black Canyon rocks. The overflow spillage areas were last touched by high water only in the mid 1980's. The desert is definitely thirstier.
We got to drive over the quite new Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge to see an incredible view of the Black Canyon ...
Today was a full day of sightseeing and a live Musical Melodrama Show. The first stop of the day was a tour of the San Xavier del Bac Mission. The Mission is located SW of Tucson. The mission was founded in 1692 and is commonly know by the nicknames "White Dove of the Desert" and the "Sistine Chapel of America." Todays Franciscan Mission was built between 1783 and 1797 by the Tohono O'odham tribe under the direction of Spanish Franciscans. It is considered to ...
... into a human ice block. I ended up finding a rail pass similar to the Eurorail pass (only less value) in the states with their only interstate train company. Amtrak. Given Amtrak only had set railways and destinations it forced me to make a decision and plot a trip back to LA which was great. So this is what the itinerary ended up looking like: The pass afforded me 8 trips in 15 days. Even only using 7 of them I saved around $200 on train tickets. Boston to Washington ...
... horses. The reservation we crossed started with forest, after which we climbed through the most stunning countryside of mountain passes flanked by pine trees. Every now and again there was a deep canyon with a river running way below us. The scale of all of this is hard to grasp, particularly as it goes on and on for many miles. Stunning scenery, set against a bright blue sky, with the occasional roadworks which gave us the opportunity to stop ad admire even ...
... to walk the 4 miles back which took approximately 2 hours. Of course we took our time enjoying the scenery, taking pictures. We didn't see any interesting animals and no snakes so that was good. There were hundreds of people everywhere so that is probably why. We are really tired but had the best day ever. Cheers from tucson.