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... br> The building that houses the Earlham Border Studies Program is chock-full of non-profit offices and has a local congressional office as well. It is called the Historic Y, and is beautiful inside and out.
From their website: "THE HISTORIC Y is a community arts, education and environmental resource center and full-service professional office building offering long term office leases; short term space rentals for classes, meetings and ...
... network to see what the weather was like. It turned out that the majority of ice storm was going through from 2am to 8am just west of us. Therefore we decided to leave later at around 9:30. This meant that we were not going to get to Tucson until late perhaps around 11pm. It was 32F when we ...
... works and I have gotten some good shots.
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We learn something new each time we visit. One day, Sraddha spotted a Tarantula Hawk Wasp on a flower. A docent told us that it hunts Tarantulas as food for its larvae. The sting of the female is considered the second most painful anywhere.
This insect is a little ...
... checked out Boothill Cemetery where the “victims” of the OK Corral shootout are buried along with many others from the towns brief few years of being a boom town. Next we headed to Tucson for couple days to spend with Rose (had a great time with her as always, saw her sister Mary and her beautiful Mom too) Oh yea, I need to mention this wonderful Mexican Restaurant Rose took us to. It fed President Bill Clinton back in the90’s ...
... as you picture desert. Our first thought was to bet that it was full of rattlers. We also took pictures of fields of cotton. Didn't know they grew cotton in Arizona. Also saw a huge cotton baling machine with a huge bale of cotton.
We stopped at a rest area because our slide was coming out by itself. Decided to put it out and then back in. Oh, oh! One side started out and the other didn't. Praise God, I was able ...