TownePlace Suites Tucson
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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In 1862, her family moved to Davenport, Iowa. After the death of both of her parents in 1865, Kate and her siblings were placed under the gaurdianship of Otto Schmidt, who triend to rape her. She attacked him with an axe, and being unsure whether or not she had killed him, she ran away and began to travel through several cow towns as a dance hall girl and eventually a prostitute.
While working for Bessie Earp, ...
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... There was supposedly quite a bit of construction and slow downs, but we only ran into one and that turned out to be a combination construction zone and major, major accident. The construction was on a 6% downgrade of several miles. Evidently to two cement trucks were going down the hill following each other quite closely. I guessing that the one in front had a blowout and while trying to gain control the one ...
... Age Motel which I had to get a picture of. Surprisingly homely and charming, it made me feel like an alien for the second time during the day. The first time was at a Border Guard check point on the Interstate, looking for non-citizens (aliens in Immigration Service speak). Officers were courteous when they found out I was from Uruguay -- but the incident made it clear I was in no country for old men.
... and Rich there next February for a week's stay. We'll take a couple of months to drive and they'll fly and meet us. Sounds like a plan to me..
Thanks for sharing a bit of our time with us. I hope the pictures do justice to our experience. Oh, the jackrabbit showed up just outside of our campsite. Tall and lean is the word for him. He looks to be shedding his winter coat and really doesn't look to healthy to me.