Varsity Clubs Of America - Tucson
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... wigwam? No.
There is a massive Safeway opposite though, so I suggested we go there and get coffee and stuff for breakfast, which we did.
Would I have missed 'sleeping' in the wigwam? Or indeed the whole wigwam experience?
Was HH right? He certainly was. It had been a truly memorable night and most fitting for a birthday. If I ever write a book on suggestions of how to have a memorable and exciting birthday, ...
... cheaper to actually go in the rainforest to study the real one?
... the lids to the septic. Yikes. We disconnected, and flew outta there without making coffee or having breakfast, even though it wasn't my fault, I didn't want a hassle with the LOOSER management.
So we headed toward Alamogordo on Route 54, because southern New Mexico has a lot of fascinating, historic stuff we wanted to see. Here's what we were ...
... seems to apply. The first I've seen was at Bingham Canyon in Utah when I was but ten years old. The pit we saw today began operations in the late fifties, based on the date of founding of the city of Ray nearby.
We couldn't decide whether to stay at Catalina Lake CG or Gilbert Ray, which is closer to Tucson. Ultimately, we wandered further and got lost, kinda, east of Tucson and ended up at Gilbert Ray. It's in ...
Well it's official; I am no longer in tucson and on my way to Burbank! It's crazy how quickly time creeps up and a trip you've been planning for a year is finally an arms reach away. Don't get too excited about reading this entry; no great revelations yet. Think of this as more an introduction to a blog that should prove to be interesting. At least that's what I hope. And if you are not interested in the slightest then by all means continue to read ...