Ramada Limited Tucson West
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... to ask the closest spot to buy some.
The only spot on the trail with a letterbox was across the street, at the museum at the historic railroad depot. Just as I was coming around the corner, a docent was opening the lock to let a boy and his family in to climb up into the steam engine within a cast-iron fence. The family were train enthusiasts, and lost me with their comments. The fun part was climbing up into the working area of the engine to see where ...
... by the clenched fist on the chair they were ready to jump him if he made one wrong move. The guy really was just was an idiot not a train jumper. We were delayed another hour at that station while I think they did some repairs on the train because the power kept switching on and off. I should of let them drag that guy off the train...he stole my pillow later on when I was on the observation deck. After it touched his head I didn't really want it back. I was tempted to hide ...
... a>s in higher resolution. If you want a larger copy of any of the pix , just comment on a specific photo in this travel blog with your real name and he will send you a copy. We wish all of our readers all the best for the coming 2015 year. We are thankful to have made it through 2014 in good health and spirits and look forward to further adventures in the coming months as we complete this year long journey. (mid May will be the anniversary). ...
... and enjoy when you are retired and living life leisurely, maybe it’s the happiness that I now have in my personal life that makes this place more beautiful, maybe it’s the traveling that we have done, the terrain we have seen, that makes this desert stand out. Whatever it is, I’m kinda digging the rediscovery of this place.
On this trip through we spent a day in the town of Bisbee. This is a very eclectic little ...
... and minerals. George loved the exhibit showing a variety of live rattlesnakes.
One of the most interesting exhibits was the Hummingbird sections. You could see Hummingbirds right in front of you almost looking you in the eyes. We saw a number of nests with eggs and we even saw a nest with babies in it and the mother was feeding them. Linda Dandrow would have loved this exhibit!
We spent most of the afternoon there before we ...