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... my video camera with me that day. I was staying in Tucson at the time but drove the 50 or so miles to Green Valley to tour the museum. This time I was going to get as close to the area as I could in a normal riding day and then stay in a m'otel close by. The next day I would do the 3 hr tour and then perhaps put in a couple of hours on the road.
I went on their website and to my dismay, found that they had drastically changed the tour structure. When I was there in ...
... We go inside and find a nice little store where you can buy t-shirts, postcards, books and things. We pick up a hat for Guenther. We don’t normally wear hats but with this sun and heat he really does need one. (I brought the one I had gotten in Costa Rico a few years back.) So with hat installed off we go. They do have caves here to check out, but only on a guided tour. They also do not allow cameras, so maybe another day.
Today we head off for a walk on ...
... protecting it! After our tour we also watched another film reconstructing the route they took, down through small narrow openings, not knowing where they would lead!! I felt claustrophobic just watching!! These guys have guts. But we learnt on the tour they broke the number one rule of hiking & exploring - they didn't tell anyone where they were going - so if anything had happened like a rock fall, no one would know where they where!! That means we wouldn't ...
... from a drunken cowboy. Downstairs we got
to see the poker tables as they were found and the teeny tiny rooms the girls
We decided to stay another week and take it easy for a few
days so Rusty could fully recover. He has….so off we go.
Well on Tuesday (2/18/14) we decided to go see what the city
of Willcox had to offer. We were headed to do some wine touring and go to Fort
Bowie until we ...
... first...........we don't start fights, but we finish them. In that we had a very viable threat to the Soviets at the time, they didn't want to use their missiles as a strike by them would bring an equal or greater strike by us. This was known as MAD, or mutually assured destruction. I grew up in the 60's and 70's.....and you can knock it if you want...but the policy of MAD worked. No one ever authorized use of or used a nuclear weapon ...