Rancho de Los Caballeros
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and I can only admire the courage of those that flew them and the other bombers in WW2. Evan had a great time as he was able to get into the DC3, known as the Dakota in British service, which was the first commercial aircraft he flew. Thousands of 'Daks' made up the first post war airlines all over the world and few in to the 1960s and even the early 70s in some places.
Then it was on to our first experience of a Motel 6 at 4630 W. Ina Rd Tucson. Booking in was quite simple ...
... on good form!
As our shooting spot had been allocated to other shooters later in the day we had to get on with things so Evan was pushed in to getting ready with the M14 rifle but, as he was lying there ready to fire, there was lots of kicking at his feet by some of the range staff and I wondered what was going on when I heard the shout 'Scorpion'. Now I always imagined scorpions as being about 4 inches / 10cms long and black. This one was about 1.5 inches / ...
... occassions by the 1970s so to see people 'Pledging Allegiance' is rather strange but in a way rather touching.
Then it was down to business to get ready for the start hooter. JR and I had discussed getting good video clips of each person shooting and we'd all agreed to get plenty pictures however this was to shortly fall apart as our excitement and lack of practice with a couple of the cameras came home to roost.
In case any ...
... we had a look around and arranged when we were to arrive the following morning before heading to Wickenburg where we were booked into the Best Western Rancho Grande. To keep costs down we'd agreed to share rooms for part of the trip which is pretty easy in the USA as a lot of rooms come with 2 Queen beds and plenty of space. I was sharing with Evan.
We took advice from the receptionist and headed to the Wickenburg Feed Company just up the road. The burgers were good and the beer ...
... its own website, which says Jerome was once known as the wickedest town in the west. Jerome sits above what was once the largest copper mine in Arizona, producing 3 million pounds of copper every month. As the ore deposits became exhausted in the 1950s, the mines closed and Jerome took on a new persona. It became a National Historic Landmark in 1967, and today is an art community, with coffee houses, wineries, and a local museum devoted to ...