Azure Gate Bed and Breakfast
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... We peel ourselves from our seats, make a dash for the restrooms, and grab water and granola bars during the ten minutes before the boneyard tour starts.
We settle in on the air-conditioned bus and get our cameras ready. The aircraft boneyard is a marvel. The desert climate (dry heat and low humidity) reduces aircraft corrosion, and 6-7 inches below the Tucson ground is an extremely hard clay-like layer called caliche which ...
... Scenic Byway begins with forests of saguaro cacti in the Sonoran Desert and ends in a cool, coniferous forest on the Santa Catalina Mountains. There are breathtaking views and a climate change that would be similar to driving from Southern Arizona to Northern Montana. Each thousand feet up is like driving 600 miles north offering a unique opportunity to experience 4 seasons in one trip! We even saw a patch of snow near the top! As we begin the trip, we are welcomed ...
... but fun! One of the casinos there had a display of a Million Dollars so we had our picture taken with it! Closest we will ever get to a Million $$$!
The day before we left, we had enough of the Vegas Strip so we went golfing at Boulder City, just outside Vegas. We had a great day and afterwards we stopped by a local microbrewery and had dinner before heading back to our condo.
So, at 7:30 on Friday morning, we left Las Vegas via Lake Havasu ...
... sizes which tower over 50 feet and can weigh 16,000 lbs. They are something to see.
The park was definitely a great place to see/visit.
Oh one more thing folks, gas in Arizona is as low as $2.99 a gal. and the highest we've seen it is $3.12. Unbelievable!!!!
Hope all is well with everyone. We have another week here in Tucson. I'll get back to you all before we leave.
Love to all.
... Anyways we went on and found one ran over. Scott, Rusty would have stopped and got the rattler for you but we had traffic behind us and couldn’t. Thank goodness for traffic!!!!
Then a little ways further down the road a hawk flew in front of us with a snake in its talons. I turned to Rusty and said “my hiking days are over”. 3 snakes in less than 30 minutes I am soooo done with the Arizona desert. They are awake so I am leaving.
We decided to go to ...