Tucson is beautiful. Unbelievable mountain ranges, and such a variety of cactus and plants. I took almost 300 pictures and can't get my collage template to work, so I'll share a few of my favorites.
We stayed in the Wycliffe apartments to accommodate retired missionaries or those on furlough. They rent out available ones for visitors of Wycliffe missionaries. It was very cute and I watched birds, roadrunners and rabbits out the window.
The occasion for the trip was to celebrate Kris and Ted's 50th Anniversary.
The setting was wonderful.
The room where it was held reminded them of their home in the village with the brick walls and red painted cement floor. The dinner was absolutely delicious.
Don and I were thrilled to be part of their celebration and spend time with all the family and friends. It was a weekend celebration.
Tuesday morning, after all the other guests and family had headed for home, Ted, Kris me and Don headed for Tombstone and Bisbee for a overnight holiday.
We stopped by the famous Tombstone Boothill Graveyard. We've known our friend "George Johnson" for years, and we found a marker that I just had to take a picture to send to him.
"Here lies George Johnson
Hung by mistake 1882
He was wright
We was wrong
But we strung him up
and now he's gone!
Kris and I spotted a couple of Lawmen and they were gracious to let us have a picture with them before they headed off to the OK Coral.
More on Tombstone and Bisbee tomorrow.