Ramada Limited Tucson West
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The top is rather flat, with many small research buildings, including several small observatory domes. The land belongs to the University of Arizona. During the day, they conduct research on desert plants. In the early evening until morning, they open up the road to the walking public. The air is cool, and the view is beautiful. We saw over a hundred people while there, but had room enough on top ...
... up to an altitude of 6,500 ft AGL (Above Ground Level) Even though the launch site is 25 – 30 miles off the freeway… a short distance from Saguaro National Park & Ironwood Forest National Monument they are in the flight paths of some of the airports… and file this document with the FAA as a notice to pilots that they will be launching Rockets.. and ...
... around 6:30pm and arriving in Atlanta 8am the next day. I was worried about sleeping in coach but came prepared with a blanket and my travel pillow. Pleasant surprise when I got on the train to find reclining seats with heaps of leg room and foot/leg rests. Initially I had to sit next to a chap who had obviously ridden a lot of horses because he sat with his legs so far apart they were in my foot well. After the last busy pick up they let me move to an empty seat. ...
... family of Italians after 100 years, Kate in her inimitable fashion soon picked up the young grandson who was behind the counter and heard all about their story.
There were old pictures of the family and how the shop started on the walls. Now it sells everything from candles and pest killer to pinatas, meat, corn husks, boots and candy and everything inbetween.
Sadly it did not have fresh interesting bread or coffee which was on our list, so we said ...
The Sweets were kind enough to set up their fifth wheel for us to stay in while in Tucson. The first day we got there, we just hung out with the Sweets, sat by the campfire, went hunting for scorpions, which we found plenty of...way cool with a black light flashlight that Dave got from the Chiricahua Desert Museum. So much fun!
The second day ...