Lodge at Ventana Canyon
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... the road signs, the speed limits, the list goes on.
Everyone loves our Aussie accent. We often are not understood by waitresses/barmen/people in general because of our Aussie twang.
A lot of people we ask in Texas often say they have either never heard the Aussie accent or they have only heard it once or twice. (I guess there aren't a lot of Aussies that road trip through random parts of Texas?)
The other scenery we saw on the way down ...
... the propellers in the back
- A Boing 714 – where they only built 2: one in the museum and one in the boneyard
- Large Transport planes: one looking like one big air bubble – but had tiny wings, I wonder how it can actually fly, a tanker plane
- Planes from the Air force, the Navy, The Marines,the Army, NASA… so whatever you prefer
- The Air force 1 used from 1961 – 1965 by Kennedy and ...
... time IRL visit with my FB friend Janet.
I took the rest of the morning off and caught up on a little sleep after the early wake-up, and then later, my different planned lunch partner had to deal with her “real life” on short notice, affecting our lunch plans. However, I made the best of it by returning to that Tucson-local favorite, Eegee’s, for a grinder, some ranch fries, and a lemon ...
To day we woke up at 11 o'clock and again had a great breakfast. This day was our chill day and even that I hate saying this word it was amazing. We all called back home to tell everybody how we are doing and where we are. We enjoyed the sun jumped in the pool to refresh. At around 1 Richard Bill and I went to the grocery store and because I was German he let me drive ...
This morning we visited the Titan Missile Museum. The Titan was an intercontinental nuclear missile that was used as a deterrent during the Cold War. This missile was powerful indeed and could destroy wooden homes 27 km away from the landing site and at 48 km away, people would experience first degree burns. The silo we visited near Tucson is the last of the 54 titan missile silos that the US had ...