Mission Hills Casitas
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... they tried to make it educational, having planes from different eras and their story, how wings worked, how engines worked. Meh. I pushed on. I made my way outside and wondered around the planes in the yard. There was so many I wasn't sure which direction to start with. I went down the middle then swung around to the left. Also in that direction were smaller hangers and they contained aircraft from the Second World War. I went back out into the sun and continued to ...
... replace all the candles and light them again for the night… If you can imagine 10 blocks of homes with 200 of these out on each lot you can imagine the serenity before Christmas… For discussion on luminarias and farolitos see farolitos vs. luminarias vs. luminaries - View from the Innside
... I just kept hoping that I would make it just a little bit longer. There were 50 mile stretches without a single gas station, and cars broke down along the way on road's shoulder. I was alone but I had a cooler full of juices, cans of espresso, and 2 gallon jugs of water.
Arizona was prettier and mountainous. Texas Canyon was a sight to see, as it was riddled with round, beige colored boulders scattered all over the mountainsides. As soon as I saw the "Tucson ...
... money but the money was gone. so he the guy tryed to sell me for money. But a lady came out of her house and rescued me. I stayed with her for the night along with a few other illegals and we watched a soccer game while eating dinner. In Tuscon is a large city. It is in Pima County. The name of the city comes from a different language word that means at the base of the ...
Relaxing day, nice breakfast in hotel before going to see the desert valley auto-parts ( as seen on TV), so hot though. Drove onto senorran desert national monument through the desert seeing the cactus on route. Nice snack at lunch before arriving at our hotel. After checking in we went to see the boneyard and some of Tucson. Dinner and well earned ...
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