Quality Inn Tucson Airport
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Driving for two hours crammed into a two-door Mustang from Budget Rental at midnight (3am our time) was at the end of a long day of travel. There were no particular holdups- except for the Budget Rental Car experience (a super long wait at the airport to even see a representative, then the refusal to grant the upgrade promised when we reserved the car online). Being surrounded by babies on the late-night flight to Phoenix wasn't even so bad. (It was ...
... of sizes… they have different thrust rates… and different burn rates… some put out smoke… some colored smoke, some spray sparks like a sparkler… in any case the solid fuel fires and the rocket rises based on the size of the rocket and the rocket motor.
The rocket might blast just 50-60 ft into the air… or be large enough ...
... around 4100 to 4200 feet in elevation. It didn't seem that way as there were mountains looming north and south. For the most part it was brown not the prettiest drive. We were glad when we made it to Tucson.
We are camping at Davis-Monthan AFB the RV park is on base and very nice. Landscaped with of course cacti....but they have done a really nice job of it. Some of the cactus ...
... the end of one eruption so we had to while away 90mins for the next one ! Bang on time the next one came along soon enough. The 145 mile loop took the rest of the day - via Mammoth Hot springs and Mt Washburn and back past the East entrance again to the lake. And at last I have achieved - drum roll - 24hrs of camping without it raining !! Highlight of the park for me was seeing herds of Bison - incredible.
From Yellowstone (wish I'd paid more attention to the BBC ...
Having taken the previous day off to watch the NFL playoffs, it was time to get moving again. We were lucky to find a grooming parlor right next door to the RV park and were able to get Duke a much needed bath and trim. The dust out here had turned him from cream to reddish. We did manage to visit Tubac Historical State Park south of Amado. It was a ...