Wednesday, April 4, 2007
The End....Didn't take many pictures the last couple of days since leaving Tucson. We just blasted down the Interstates getting home. Turned Spent the night in Barstow, then Williams on I-5, and got home Tuesday afternoon..over 3000 miles for the whole trip. This was my last stop 10 months ago on the way home from Maggie Valley. Put on my rain gear and drank a diet Snapple. Didn't need the rain clothes today, Steve and I went in and looked around some, and then headed on home. It was a good trip, and, thanks to the organization of Jack and Barb 4E, the Arizona Fun Sun Run was a huge success.
Sunday, April 1, 2007
Saturday, March 31, 2007
Forees! Jack and Barb, Chris, (their youngest son) and his girlfriend Jen. they brought Jack some hot sauce from Jack's, it was the same vintage as the elder Foree. I lost about a dozen pictures just now, a deleting mistake. so will only have 3 to post of the last supper in Tucson.
Three Tupperware bikes, and Tony D's 800. He loaned it to William (Tomcat's son) for the day. It roared and smoked, and make the trip after a small delay in Benson to replace the battery. That's Cranky's trunk there on the right, he had to get a new American flag to replace the one that was ripped off earlier this week.
SAG in the Birdcage Theater. This is the most preserved building and business in Tombstone. Wyatt Erp, Doc Holiday, and all the other people that made the town famous have stood at this very bar and looked into this same mirror. There is a tour that is VERY interesting inside the theater.
Friday, March 30, 2007
Sherm, SAG, and El Nomad. Flaco snatched my camera to take this picture. He wasn't here last night, just rode in today. I just noticed that I didn't get a picture of him tonight, I'll make up for it tomorrow. There was rides to the Pima air Museum today, and another to the top of Mount Lemmon. Some of us just walked around old town, and 4th street, where it looks like they are still living in the 60's. It was a good day.
The Historic District of Tucson has a lot to offer. Many street vendors, and lots of year 'round tourist shops. This is part of a local restaurant chain (of 2) that sells pastry here in the market. The cheapest cookie was $2.50, some of the larger gooey ones were $4.75. We didn't eat any.