The Golf Villas at Oro Valley
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is highly recommended. As museums go it was perfect for us. It was like a botanical garden, zoo, and nature museum all in one. It's 85% outdoors and there were very few places for Bill to stop and read and for me to get bored. They had a fabricated cave so you could see what it was like to experience exploring very narrow spaces in caves. We tried this because it is apparently one of Bill's phobias. The animals in the zoo sections were native to the desert ...
... a chute deploys.
QUESTION from our cousin in Bend, OR ... "I'm guessing the bigger rockets use liquid fuel. What fun! Marty"
JIM's ANSWER... Almost all the large rocket engines are made by 2 or 3 companies and use a common rating process... they are solid rocket engines with a small hole in the center... ...
... Will see what next year brings in the fall. Now it's on to the SF Giants Baseball and enjoying nature and photography.
I am switching camera systems to Olympus micro-four thirds from Canon. While I love the canon cameras and lenses, the opportunity to go to a quality and flexible system which is essentially half the size and weight, has led me to this decision. I will be selling the Canon equipment as soon as I ...
... The Aircraft Division performs unparalleled regeneration and specialized
aircraft repair. Currently Aircraft Division activities include
participation in the A-10 service life extension and wing modification
programs, F-4 regeneration for the Air Combat Command's Full-Scale
Aerial Target (FSAT) or drone program, and partnership with the U.S.
My sole objective for my visit to Tucson was to finally meet up for the first time with many of my FB friends based here. Over the past few years, starting with my HS friend Shari back in NYC, then leading to her Tucson-raised cousin Tracy, and then thanks to other friends engaging with "friends of friends" in many discussion threads, somehow I developed a network of very nice people here in this area.