Sonoran Suites of Tucson
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... horses. The reservation we crossed started with forest, after which we climbed through the most stunning countryside of mountain passes flanked by pine trees. Every now and again there was a deep canyon with a river running way below us. The scale of all of this is hard to grasp, particularly as it goes on and on for many miles. Stunning scenery, set against a bright blue sky, with the occasional roadworks which gave us the opportunity to stop ad admire even ...
... The guide was very informative. Two interesting points were they had an earthquake in the canyon which explains the huge boulders lying everywhere at the foothills. They also had a huge flood go through the canyon. It took 2 years to make the roads passable after the flood. It was a sunny, beautiful day, not too hot. ...
... how the mine worked via our guide's own anecdotes. He was a funny old boy, about 80 years old or so, who actually mined here between the 50's and 70's. It all made for a very enjoyable experience, no tackiness whatsoever.
We called it a day afterwards and made best use of our last night at our awesome hotel before leaving Arizona the next day for San Diego, California. Fingers crossed, a successful vehicle exchange is on the horizon.
... He had of course emigrated from Germany when he was 16 ! Also bumped into an old boy who thoroughly recommended the fish and chips in Aberdeen. Everyone seemed to be of the same opinion - be careful in Mexico, you should be ok but just don't hang around near the border. The old boy also stated where we are heading for our first night was fine and his son goes snorkelling there. 10 days TPF+T cover - £40 which I thought was pretty good and will keep the Mexican border guards happy.
... aren't real fast but will bite and not let go. They are venomous so need to be respected.
Sunday morning we went to church and then went to the Biosphere 2 for a tour. As you can see in the picture we had a quite a surprise when we got there - the ground was white with snow!! The elevation was slightly higher than Tucson but it was still a shocker. Fortunately it melted during the time we were taking the tour so didn't have to drive on slushy roads. Later ...