Super 8 Motel Tucson East / DMAF Area
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Wow it's hot here in Tucson. I just arrived home last night. Jake--house/petsitter/renter extraordinaire-- fortunately still here, waiting for Audrie to come over so they could have a last dinner together before he blasted off for Antelope Canyon this weekend, then St George and Zion for 6 weeks, then he will, coincidentally, be onward to Bend.
The highlights of the 5-day meander home were definitely the 2 days in WA and OR. I camped Monday ...
... were delicious...one night Barry cooked the bass he and Jim caught (supplemented with salmon!), for our turn we made a pork tenderloin with green chili empanada sauce, Brian & Jan did a roasted chicken main, and the Anakas did a mushroom-sauced pork dish. These mains are complemented with various salads, starches, veggies and desserts to make for some terrific eating! One night we decide to "just have ...
... Santa Fe diocese begins first repairs of the Mission
1887 Earthquake damages the Mission
1905 Bishop Granjon begins major repairs
1913 Franciscans return to the Mission
1939 Lightning strikes the West Tower
1953 Church facade is restored
1963 San Xavier becomes a National Historic Landmark
1978 Patronato San Xavier established to preserve the Mission
1989 Leaking walls force emergency ...
... each parked backing in, and a turn at spotting. Our instructor suggested the more experienced driver should be the spotter. For those who have not parked an rv before let it be said this is where divorce is often brought up. There is yelling, tempers flaring and finger pointing about any misstep. With this new technique no words are used only hand signals. It's all about communication! And it works. I liked driving better than spotting and I did ...
... last until Panama. Have booked a hotel in Tucson for the 24th near to the dealers. Also looked up an insurance broker which hopefully will cover us for Mexico. Lastly have been fighting the language barrier to arrange the air freight of the bikes from Panama.
Second night was in Moab, Utah. Temperature during the day up to 40c. Spoke to a couple from Germany in a camper van. They are also heading for Argentina from North America but are taking a year. Next morning ...