Mira Vista Resort
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... season at Sabino Canyon. I am imagining that they get hoards of stupid tourists who don’t come prepared to be in the desert and a good number of people who try to use their services without paying. From the parking lot attendant: “We WILL ticket and tow, so buy a pass at the kiosk or visitors center before you park, unless you have an annual pass or senior pass.” Emily noted the unnecessary antagonism towards undocumented people when she made the point to ...
... the chute doesn’t deploy for some reason… Or it’s now opening like it should… and that rocket crashes to the ground… See a couple of Connie’s photos.
We had fun… and will do this again… Next month for sure… Next Launch is Feb 21, 2015! See you all there!
Jim & Connie and Rowdy ...
... at the Rialto Theatre. The age demographic inside the theatre was on the up side and despite this, a young Indy band was playing. It was a trio, drummer and two guitarists. Drummer and guitarist/singer at the front of the stage and second guitarist in the middle towards the rear. That rear guitarist was having a great time. Jumping and singing. His guitar strap so short it was like he'd come from the 60s. He kept changing guitars between songs, a common tool for bands ...
... a futuristic shape and a double tail, it was achingly beautiful and it was unarmed - it could simply out accelerate anything else in the sky. The Russians could lock missiles onto it and it was fired on about a 100 times but the missiles were too slow and the SR71 remains one of the very few military aircraft to have never been shot down. we saw some other planes as well… C130's B52's, a hawker hurricane - but for me. the SR71 is the star of the show.
Coming home from Colorado/Wyoming trip July 30, 2013 9:00-4:45 355 miles Left Tuba City about 9:00 a.m. Stopped first at the trading post, still searching for a small Indian rug for the coach dashboard. Nothing fit. The post is mostly touristy kitsch so we continue our quest. Slightly overcast as we head down to south 95 to Flagstaff. Stopped at Cameron trading ...