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... windsurfers, kids, other dogs-- everything she saw! She zipped around the beach, never tiring until the end. She kept trying to drink the seawater, but we did find some freshwater flowing down to the sea. She was exhausted that night. I really think that was maybe the MOST FUN experience in her life! If she was a teenager, she'd have been furiouslessly texting and sending photos to her friends about this amazing place with weird smells and things ...
... that we just caught glimpses of it streaking across the sky and catching its prey right in mid-air...this was a really spectacular show! We also saw javelinas wandering about the grounds (they are often sleeping in the shade, so this was a treat, too), and the gray wolf was on the prowl, too! The museum is one of our favourite places to go in Tucson, not to be missed if you are down this way!
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... It is a place where visitors can truly step back in time and enter an authentic 18th Century space. You will note the dome. Moorish architectural influence as a result of the Moors invasion of Spain.
The current church dates from the late 1700's, when Southern Arizona was part of New Spain. In 1783, Franciscan missionary Fr. Juan Bautista Velderrain was able to begin contruction on the present structure usin money ...
... is expected next week. They have a lot of amenities: an RV service center which we will use for some minor repairs, a gym which I need to use, 2 swimming pools, a game room, bocce ball court, horseshoes, and a putting green (marginal). It's in a sketchy part of town near the airport. If the razor wires around the enclosed fenced area is any indication! The RV park is nice not to worry?? We ate in the restaurant ...
... mine right by the road, about half way. An ore train takes the material to a smelter and concentrator about twenty miles or so south. Very reminiscent to me of the operations in Butte and Anaconda in the "golden years." The pit in Butte is still gobbling up the earth yet today. I'm wondering where the ore is now sent to be smelted, what with the Anaconda Smelter closure in nineteen-eighty-one. If you've seen one Pit, you've seen ...
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