Varsity Clubs Of America - Tucson
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... Santa Fe, and the Tonto National Forests, and the Pecos Wilderness.
Despite the distance, Tucson could not have been a better choice for this winter. While the weather in the north got colder and snowier, we enjoyed the warmth of the Arizona sun. We especially loved the patio overlooking a wash at the condo. It was a fabulous place for morning coffee, evening cocktails, ...
... about it.
10/12/14 - Today is our last day in Tucson. I think we both are ready to go. Arizona is all we've heard of - sunny every day, warm, cheap to live (gas, food, rents), but just not for us. We spent enough time here to see if it would be a place we would like to stay for some time, but it is not. We both are feeling the same - we are not desert people. Hoping for a good nights sleep as tomorrow we head to New Mexico - Lordsburg, NM.
... across the road when we hot back and grabbed a sandwich and me a chilli hotdog at Eeccas. I think a rest is in order before we go out for dinner tonight! Andrew reconciled his receipts and I decided to cool down at the pool. I went for a bit of a sun bake and a swim and eventually Andrew came out to find me. I was chatting to an English couple and getting to know some of the other members of our trip. It was 110 degrees about 43 degrees Celsius. ...
... frozen. Yesterday we saw about 20 swans on an ice floe in front of the house -- here is a not-too-clear photo of two of them. An amazing sight! Tomorrow we are supposed to have 5 to 7 inches of snow. We hope everyone is having a good winter and looking forward as we are to some warmth this spring!
Diane and Susan
... It is in the middle of the desert (you probably assumed this to some degree, but I mean only cacti as far as the eye can see. The museum houses desert wildlife fossils, terrariums, aviaries, aquariums (before you think I'm stupid and tell all your friends how ignorant I am, there are ponds- it's not a sand desert) and open air enclosures.
I split my time in Tucson between Sneha's apartment and the house that Amanda and Celeste share with three other girls (one ...