Days Inn Tucson Airport
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... but did end up at about 6,500 ft elevation in route down to Lords burg. Once I hit the lowlands it was Hot Hot Hot !!! For the last 200 miles into Tucson it was like driving with a hair dryer in your face - most of the trip was 102 to 105 degrees. Usually when I've got the cruise control on -to rest one of my hands I'll stick it out away from the heat of the bike to cool it off. Today it was like taking it from ...
returned for every dollar spent at AMARG.
Although the Center's primary customer is the Department of Defense,
additional workloads come from other national, regional and local
government agencies, as well as foreign allies.
Four product divisions, Aircraft, Commodities, Storage and Disposal, conduct AMARG's core industrial operations. ...
... as the government shutdown prevented entrance to the visitor's centre, etc. We arrive at the museum and eat lunch in the RV before entering the museum. It proves to be an absolutely wonderful stop-- well worth the $19.50 per person admission. Because of the heat of the day the animals (including bobcat, ocelot, bear) are mostly unseen or not lively. The exception -- ...
... the street, we drove the Tiffin and it was great! Very deluxe in every way, it was. But, they must have colluded with the folks across the street, because they wanted too much money too!
Now we've moved across town, west and are at the Bar J RV Park. My amigo, Pete, has wintered here and likes it. So do we! Paul and Gale are as old, and older than we are and are real gems. We ...
... really something else. Glad not to get another puncture we bounced back on to the highway for a quick look at the famous view as per close encounters. To be honest I'm amazed tourists go there and miss what is just a few miles up the road. Motel for the night (with pool!) was well deserved after another 7hours at 35C in full bike gear. Had to feel for the German bloke - he's camping virtually all the way. With Mexico on the horizon will try and update the blog text as we go ...