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journey, and one of the few "holiest places" located in the United States. I’ll also catch up on a few sacred sites in
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Look for them soon, and even though they will say, “Greetings from Salt
Lake City” and “Greetings from Helskinki, St. Petersburg, and Stockholm” I will
actually remain in Tucson, Arizona, my home.
Fifteen years had brought changes. First of all the border crossing just west of El Paso was now a major 4 lane highway. Large warehouses and other storage facilities had been built. There was now an airport. And as we left the signs of commerce behind and headed out across the New Mexican desert, the road was far from deserted. There was a steady stream of black suv’s that most likely were unmarked border patrol cars, with a fewer number of white ...
... we ate barbecue in Kansas City; we ate at Pi Pizza in St. Louis and we agree with President Obama that their deep dish pizza is the best ever. We saw the tall prairie grass in Kansas and learned about the origins of the state name; we stopped for beautiful views of the Rockies in Colorado; we went to the old town in Albuquerque and had a delicious meal; we stood on the corner in ...
Heading south to my last Arizona park I passed through a 20 mile or so stretch where cacti were everywhere. It was a good preview for Saguaro Nat. Park. It is located in the Sonoran Desert outside of Tucson. Besides its' namesake, the park is home to over 25 species of cacti. The saguaro is a giant known for its' human-like shape. It is slow growing and may take 75 years ...
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But even more fun is to see the Stunt shows: when the cowboys, sheriffs and gunfighters shoot, have fights and do some stunts… always a different story in a different location: The duel with the dealer of the Irish gunfighter James Levy in 1882, the stunt show at the mission, an old movie scene from a gunfighter, and the Arizona ranger Harry Wheeler protecting a traveler from a drunken madman.