Super 8 Marana/Tucson
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Mary & brother-in-law Lloyd who were in town for the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show. Lloyd's a geologist & certified rockhound! They have travelled all around the world rooting in nooks, crannies & mines for specimens for Lloyd's collection. We tagged along to the show of shows where some of the best mineral dealers in the world gather to sell & show off their wares. Ron & I were blown away by the colours, shapes & sizes of some ...
... are great! And one rack is enough for 2 of us to have a couple of meals!
So at both of the Mike Shake Monday get-togethers we’ve run into a couple of guys who ride motorcycles… and have made some connections to ride some of the back roads… in addition I made some connections to find some spots to do some wild pig hunting… Actually they ...
... loop up on the shelf filled with all kinds of Sonoran vegetation to see what it would show us.
We took lots of photos with our iphone and Kent got to play with his new Christmas present, an Olympus camera and telephoto lens (he is reducing his camera sizes to make it easier to carry).
See the photos below and enjoy a visual feast of a rare desert morning snowfall. Many of the photos can also be seen on one of Kent's ...
... approaching we headed further southeast through the Acadian region of New Brunswickto land in Day 100 on sylvan Prince Edward Island where we rested, gasping for breath at the pace of our travels. Well, almost gasping but we ...
... hike up, hike down-hike up, hike down-elevator up we choose the latter. The hike enters through the bat flight entrance and descends 880 feet through a series of switchbacks and pathways. Natural light penetrates the cave for a few hundred feet then artificial light becomes the only source of illumination. The grade going down is easy and would be suitable for all ages. As we move further under the new Mexico ...