Mission San Xavier

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Saguaro National Park

So a month ago my family came to visit me in Tucson so we decided to go sightseeing and the first place we went was Saguaro National Park. Now while I could write a lot and explain exactly what we did and saw, I thought I’d let the pictures speak for themselves. All I will say, is that I never thought cacti were beautiful until I went here, but now I truly appreciate them.

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Tombstone, AZ

A few weeks back we went on a terrain walk and stopped in Tombstone for lunch. The town is small and quirky, left to look the same as it was decades ago. We went to lunch at the popular and famous Big Nose Kate Saloon: http://www.bignosekates.info/


We also stopped and grabbed delicious ice cream-somehow this is called one scoop!


Unfortunately we were only there for long enough to grab lunch, so if you come stop in longer to see the shows and have a real cowboy experience.