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... mankind has decided to preserve this plant in an own National Park. Only in the Tucson region of the Sonoran Desert (the hottest desert in the U.S.) you will find such a concentration of Saguaros. They have an average life span of about 80-90 years, but can become upto 200-250 years old.
We departed Los Angeles, CA pretty late. Once on board our train, we went to sleep!
We had a great breakfast and arrived in Tucson, AZ around 9:45am. The weather was beautiful, warm and we enjoyed a long 40 minute fresh air break! We also met the engineers who presented Kallen with a huge gift package! WOW!
We were held up just outside of Tucson for almost an hour due to track construction and had to wait on freight ...
... br> PIMA Air and Space museum
If you are interested in Military planes, this is the place to go – this is one amazing museum, and every plane has a plate indicating, what it is or was how long it was in use - so what was all to discover:
- A lot of different helicopters: small ones, rescue helicopters, large and super large ones
- a heavy lift transport helicopter looking like one large spider
On our first day of travel we made a stop at the White Sands National Monument just outside Alamogordo NM. What an amazing site. Pure white gypsum sand dunes stretched as far as the eye could see. My iPad pictures cannot do it justice. Go to their website for professional gorgeous pictures to see the magnitude of this place. Kids rent sleds and slide down the dunes. I used my butt! ...
... were a number of hikers and bikers on the roads. I reviewed the campground below but it is really nice.
The Saguaro National Park West and East has Giant Saguaro’s which are the universal symbol of the American West. These plants are only found in a small portion of the US and this National Park protects some of the most impressive forests of these sub-tropical giants just outside Tucson.
We headed up about a mile and half ...