Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Mission, the Mine and the Wildlife Museum

  We visited Mission San Xavier del Bac, also called the White Dove of the Desert, and heard the story of  Jesuit priest, Father Kino.   He began the mission in 1692 and served for 33 years.   After the … Continue reading

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Airplane Stories

  We spent most of a day at the Pima Air and Space Museum, another of Tucson’s must-dos. It is the third largest aircraft museum in the country (behind the Smithsonian and the Air Force Museum) with hundreds of aircraft … Continue reading

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Sabino Canyon and a Scorpion Hunt

  This week we went on the best hike ever! We went to Sabino Canyon, northeast of Tucson, and had a delightful day. We rode a narrated tram 3.9 miles up into the canyon. Not only was the narration pleasant … Continue reading

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Tucson: A New Routine

During our month in Yuma, we settled into a nice comfortable routine. Leaving there February 1st  we moved to Tucson, a city we are familiar with, but to an RV park we hadn’t yet seen. Rincon Country West is a … Continue reading

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