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... arrived just in time to see the first raptor show, which featured birds flying overhead while the trainer talked about their species in the wild. First ravens, then a falcon, an owl and a hawk. We were fortunate enough to be placed right in front of one of the perches that the trainer used to bring the bird down with a bit of meat, so we got some close-up looks at birds of prey.
By the time the show was over - in record-breaking heat for this time of year - we realized that ...
... small islands into Maine where we step onto the easternmost spot in the USA. Spent a few days on Schoodic peninsula then headed to Acadia which, whilce not quite in full fall colors yet gave us we the experience of wonderful ...
... wide open spaces. Gilbert Ray Campground in Tucson Mountain Park is one of our favorite places to spend time. From here we can hike and bike out into the desert and look out into the mountains from every window. We're also very near the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum where we have been members for years. Tomorrow morning we'll be there for their raptor free flight program in the morning, so Kent will have some bird photos to post of these amazing ...
... around the American Indian, so after dinner we did some window shopping and the next morning went back to browse. It was great to see so many good paintings, bronze sculptures, glassware concentrated in such a small area. It was good to be back in Tucson, over 3 years since we have been here, and stayed at Noni's for 2 nights whilst she is in KL. Did a little shopping and bought myself a mini iPad, better price than in the UK as less tax to ...
... add, potentially DECAPITATING (guess who).
But then we had crazy weather. Started out with severe winds, blowing sideways which made the Chinook hard to handle and killed our miles-per-gallon. Then we had a severe dust storm, then a severe rain storm. At that point all we needed was the seven plagues....locusts and stuff.
But we're having fun ...