Econo Lodge University / Downtown
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... time I was camping with my family when I was smaller and we woke up feeling like we were sleeping on a water bed. I have never seen my dad move so fast and pack up camp so quickly. Chris and I carefully made our way out of the campsite. It had probably snowed a few cms but because of the wind it had piled up in some spots making the roads a little sketchy. We decided to stay off the highway which was a good choice because when we turned on the radio, it was ...
... particularly with 40+ degrees. We were to be back at the bus at 1.15 pm which I thought would have been more than ample time. This place was awesome! Who knew there was so much to take in! The museum is a fusion experience: zoo, botanical garden, art gallery, natural history museum and an aquarium. They provide an interpretation of Sonoran desert animals, plants, geology, climate and native cultures in its natural environment. 21 acres with two miles ...
... brown, mostly uninteresting scenery for hundreds of miles on
2-lane road with NO passing lanes and lots of trucks. I much preferred The Hwy 93 route on east side of NV: a lot more scenic, and apparently not many trucks take that route. I also like the Hwy 395 route up the east side of CA, but just didn't go that route this time.
So that's the NW trip! Glad to be home for 2 weeks before heading out for Boulder at the end of the month.
... it as SR-71. So instead of repeatedly correcting him, they changed the designation, so had to change all the manuals, plans, and documentation. This plane had the ability to fly very high (80,000') and at a cruising speed of 2,000 miles per hour (3 times the speed of sound). It was able to take very good photos over enemy positions. So once satellites became operational, The Blackbird became redundant. The pilots had to wear space ...
... Conservators begin a 5-year rescue effort of the interior
Today the restoration continues when funds are available.
Tohono O'odham Nation:
Just imagine, in the late 1600s a stranger on horseback has entered a village. Many of the people gather to see this stranger who is dressed in a dark, flowing robe and large brimmed hat. The people of the village greet the stranger and welcome him. These people are ...