Days Inn Tucson Airport
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... over 125 sacred places
in 20 countries around the world in three months. He is working on a book on the journey.
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$45 members/$60 nonmembers.
Everyone is welcome.
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in Salt Lake City last week, one of ...
... the roads leading to the border crossing into Mexico. At 10:30 on a Saturday morning! Nafta at work.
Leaving El Paso we immediately crossed into New Mexico and again left the interstate. Fifteen years ago we had found the road closest to the border that crossed New Mexico. It had been a deserted road, the only sign of life being a lone border agent dragging a tire lying on its side across the sand that bordered the road to catch the footprints of anyone trying to trek ...
... foot dragon built of leftover steel by a hardware store owner — in the middle of nowhere. We bought a token for a buck at the liquor store nearby and it made the dragon breathe fire for 10 seconds. What a hoot!
We stopped in Bonner Springs, Missouri at a marble store, bought a new Chinese checker set and beautiful marbles for it and as a bonus, met the artist who creates ...
We spent the evening just talking and sharing and enjoying the dogs' antics.
Tucson guests were back at the hotel around 9:30 and turned in soon after.
... discovering that not every house has a back, not every wooden pillar is made of wood and not every stone shed is made of stone. We checked out the courthouse, the saloon, the sheriff’s office, the Silver lake park with a lot of old cartridges, visited the 'antique car’ section (opps no cars there), walked around the old squares, visited a real ‘neat’ graveyard… hopefully our grave stone has not "Hanged ...