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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and a very short crew hibernation, we continued across the border into Mexico and onwards through the south Sonoran desert to our first destination San Carlos for a well deserved R&R stop to to rekindle, revive and resupply ships and crews for the continuing saga of The Traveling Wildberries.
Stay tuned for the next installment and be sure to check out the links provided above.
... non profit society for the preservation of succulents and cactus… they started close to 40 years ago with the belief that when construction is started… roads are built that some of these plants and cactus should be moved and saved… so for no charge… the society will move onto a ...
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Anyways, I hope you enjoy this blog and it makes your day a bit brighter either because: a. I am hilarious (hey it was worth a shot) or b. because laughing at other people's odd antics makes our own lives seem much more normal.
Whatever floats your boat.
So, if you have even the slightest inkling to live vicariously through me for the next two weeks well then that's just dandy!
Stay tuned :)
I arrived in the bus depot and looked around for the ticket counter. i finally found one and asked for a ticket but the lady sad to comeback with my parents. I began looking for someone to buy me a ticket but while i was looking i noticed police walking around so i ran to the bathroom. In there I me a man who said he would get the ticket for me, ...
For weeks before we even got to Tucson I was dreading the one year anniversary of the Tucson shooting. Returning to those feelings of hopelessness and bewilderment that came with the news of that day. A day Tucsonian's will never forget.
I was hoping we would leave town before the anniversary so I wouldn't have to think about it as much, but after spending the week with friends and being in our community, then the "Tucson Heals" documentary aired ...