Thursday, October 10, 2013

Tucson

Good morning!
Our full day in Tucson was spent at the Pima Air Museum.



Rich was very happy.


We went on a tour of the AMARG base or The Boneyard. Fortunately this wasn't closed due to the shutdown.


It was amazing to see those thousands of planes parked in the desert.


We also took the tram tour around the facility. This is the way to see and understand these planes. There are so many. While we weren't taking tours Rich was off viewing other exhibits and I usually will sit in the cafe and stitch but it really wasn't an option at this museum.
After the museum closed we headed out to find some Mexican food and ended up at a local place called Poco & Mom's.



This was the real deal. Nothing like Mexican food back in NC.
After that meal of chili rellenos Rich and I walked around the parking lot of the hotel and saw this beautiful evening sky.


Thanks for traveling with me!

Chris
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15 comments:

Keeper of the Crowes said...

Thanks for taking us along! So glad that you're having a great time!

Vickie said...

ooOoo! Chris that last picture is really awewsome!

diamondc said...

Chris: Love your updates how romantic that last picture is, my Brother was in the Airforce and I love seeing planes.
Have fun and be safe.
Catherine

cucki said...

Wow ...
Have fun x

Julie said...

What an amazing sunset, awesome sight!

Mugwump Woolies said...

Great sights!
Robyn

Margaret said...

Looks like fun! Glad you're having a good time!

butterfly said...

Thank you for sharing, have a great time.

Charlene ♥ SC said...

I'm hungry -- chili rellenos would be delish!! Beautiful sky, too!

Krista said...

Nice photos! Glad you are having a fun time. Will you be visiting the Attic?

Shirlee said...

Thanks again for sharing : )

Miss Pants said...

Looking at it, it's like airplane pictures blah blah...MEXICAN FOOD! Yum!

Barb said...

The last picture was just beautiful!Glad you are having such a nice trip!

marly said...

I've really enjoyed these posts and the photos. What a gorgeous part of the US.

Catherine said...

Love seeing your adventures!