Studio 6 Tucson
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... of the city core called the Turquoise Trail. It is a 2 1/2 mile loop throughout the downtown of Tucson taking in all of the must see places. Quite interesting as it gives you a feel for the history of the area. The walk takes about 3 hours and is doable by anyone.
We went to a show that was put on by some of the park members on Wednesday night they did a spoof on the Titanic and worked it around a couple's real 50th ...
... with a gorgeous view of Tucson. Very comfy. Beatrice cooked pasta for us and we had some yummy white wine and snaps and Poire William.. Sunday we lingered over breakfast and then went to Chicos to look around while the guys went to Best Buy. I found a new top for Xmas and a cami and then we explored Whole Foods for awhile. Later we drove to Tubac and on the way saw the Missiom of St Franci Xavier...an old sSpanishe mission begun in 1692 or so. Tubac had a huge craft Fair ...
However we did spot a 'Big Country Store' in Casa Grande so piled into that in search of the elusive saddle carrying bag and bridle bag. The girl on the till was in fits of giggles about our accents and JB did a rather good chat up job to find that she'd been born in Mildenhall England, at this point we left her chatting to Evan about his Mildenhall connection, while we had a scout around. Not a lot of guns, no saddle carrying bag or bridle bag so after JR had scored ...
... the orange glow that began to blanket the earth.
On the way back to the city we stopped at the Bass Pro Shop which is a bi-level mecca of all things related to the outdoors. They have interactive games and a huge aquarium full of fish that one either thinks is cute or one wants to catch and eat. We "shot" owls in a shooting gallery, raced cars on a big electric racetrack, and the girls galloped around on wooden horses. I hate to say it, but it even beats Fleet & ...
... close to it she could taste it, when out of nowhere, a man (presumably a smelly french one) crushed that dream.
What happened then you ask?
This young lassie packed up her bags and headed south of the border with her dream of traveling to France still lingering in the back of her head.
I shall save you all from my gushy feelings about Paraguay because, well, we've already discussed those those in my previous blog and ...