Super 8 Motel Tucson East / DMAF Area
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... were running 3 hours late!
Though our transition was rough boarding this train, we finally settled in and Kallen was much more relaxed. The sleep helped! We have a beautiful room - bigger than our roomettes on our last train. Our own private amenities. Word of caution to all of those considering traveling by rail - quarters are tight in a room, especially in the restroom - toilet and shower combined! Just like on a boat! Dad and ...
... the propellers in the back
- A Boing 714 – where they only built 2: one in the museum and one in the boneyard
- Large Transport planes: one looking like one big air bubble – but had tiny wings, I wonder how it can actually fly, a tanker plane
- Planes from the Air force, the Navy, The Marines,the Army, NASA… so whatever you prefer
- The Air force 1 used from 1961 – 1965 by Kennedy and ...
... comfort level with selected folks with whom you may have corresponded in the on-line arena, I would encourage people to arrange IRL (In Real Life) meet-ups when you can…it's almost always a really nice thing to finally add facial expression and vocal intonation to the interpersonal communications puzzle, and simply “get to know” folks better.
My day started with a breakfast meet-up and ...
... I went to the Tucson Desert Museum, which I love. It was the perfect time to go there because there were so many wildflowers in bloom as well as cactus. What a beautiful place. We spent all day there.
The third day, Dave and Kirsten went biking and Cline and I went climbing. That was the day we had the big wind storm and it was so windy, Cline ...
... during a heatwave so extreme heat scales on government forecast maps had to be redrawn.
Just a week later, ex-tropical Cyclone Oswald dumped torrential rain on coastal areas of Queensland, leaving four people dead, swamping 2,000 homes and forcing dramatic rooftop rescues of those trapped by the deluge."
Weather for the next few days seems to be hot and constantly changing.