Super 8 Tucson/Grant Road Area
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... so excited to get showers that we didn't waste any time.
We had to get re-organized causing some interesting discussions between Mom and Dad...Kallen kindly informed us that we needed to each go to timeout! Oh my, how kids don't miss a beat! I am always amazed 'after the fact' at the content of discussion in those times of 'issue.' Chris and I probably sounded like two little kids to Kallen. Good thing we can laugh now!
... The World War II hangers with a B24 and a B29, which actually flew 26 missions
- The fastest plane in the world: Blackbird, which can fly over 2100 miles per hour
- The first TWA plane
- The “Art planes” – old planes which became a piece of Art
- Some Russian war planes
- Several Drones
- Oh let’s don’t forget the Blue Angels F18
- Several Army vehicles
-In the Space ...
... time IRL visit with my FB friend Janet.
I took the rest of the morning off and caught up on a little sleep after the early wake-up, and then later, my different planned lunch partner had to deal with her “real life” on short notice, affecting our lunch plans. However, I made the best of it by returning to that Tucson-local favorite, Eegee’s, for a grinder, some ranch fries, and a lemon ...
... had to give up on traditional (trad) climbing and boulder instead. We did get in one good route and started a second one before it just got too windy to stay on the wall. Bouldering was good fun though and I managed to do more than I thought I'd be able to do with my screwed up thumb.
Cline and I realized that I wasn't going to be able to ...
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument lies 20 miles south of Why, AZ and 5 miles from the Mexican border, in the midst of the Sonoran Desert, far off main tourist routes. The Kris Eggle Visitor Center is named for the park ranger who was gun downed by Mexican drug dealers in 2002, while protecting the safety of park visitors. The U.S. Border Patrol had a prominent presence on the road leading to the park; we had to make two stops for the ...