STOP CHEMTRAILS TUCSON!

October 31, 2010


Thank you REAL NEWS TUCSON for this video! After a few days with no apparent spraying……here we go again! Today, 03/18/09 Tucson spraying has resumed! Even last night I saw the straight lines from chemtrails roll over Tucson. But waking up to this is terrible! People are getting new allergies all over! People are getting sick, bee’s are dying and nobody seems to even look up anymore! Our news stations which people put their faith in have betrayed them by saying nothing as this toxic poisoning continues! I have collected samples to be tested from Mt Lemmon which appeared to cover most of the groung and looked like spider webs! Watch for updates! Any Trolls who leave messages on here and try to convince you that this is normal …are OBVIOUSLY not concerned for your health! Google Chemtrails Tucson and see for yourself! Thank You Category: News & Politics Tags: Arizona Chemtrails Ron Paul Resorts Hilton Gates pass Mt Lemmon Chemical spray Death Hikers Tucson Az hiking bicycling mountain biking jogging kingman Benson Yuma Lemon recreation visitors bureau Old High School Lunch program of UofA University Pima CC Maricopa Police Sheriff ITT Tech Collins College Phoenix Mesa Hotel Rodeo roping

Day Trips from Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff, 9th: Getaway Ideas for the Local Traveler

May 19, 2010

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Take an off-road jeep tour through Sedona’s Red Rocks, dine in an authentic 19th-century saloon in historic Tombstone, and hike alongside 900-year-old rivers of lava at Sunset Crater National Monument. With each day trip only a short distance away from Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaf, this book offers many ideas for backyard fun…. More >>

Day Trips from Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff, 9th: Getaway Ideas for the Local Traveler

Guide To Finest Tucson Hotels

April 30, 2010

Tucson name is derived from the word ‘stjukshon’ which means spring at the foot of the black mountain’ is situated in the southern part of Arizona right in the middle of five mountains.It is located in the desert of Sonoran Desert which is famous for its majestic saguaro cactus.The Saguaro is tall and ancient cactus which stands like the statue in between the five mountain ranges.It is considered as the gateway for Saguaro National Park.It secured a county seat of Pima County Arizona, United States and was founded in 1885.It is the second largest city of Arizona and is flanked by the Santa Catalina and Santa Rita Mountains.It became a part of United States in 1877 and served as the capital of Arizona between 1867 and 1877.Initially the settlement in the area was for missionary purpose.In 1821, Arizona was under the control of Mexico after gaining independence from Spain.But during the war between Mexico and America in 1846 1848 America took control over the Arizona and most part of California.Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is one of the major attractions for the tourist from all over the world as one gets the opportunity to see live animals in their natural environment.It is a non profit organization is founded by William Carr and Arthur Pack in 1952.This is a world famous institute known for its researching and protecting the land, plants and the animals.This is a perfect amalgamation of natural history museum and botanical garden at one place.It is home to more than 300 species of animals and 1200 kinds of plants.Tucson sports some of the most pleasant and sunniest atmosphere inviting tourists from all over the world.Tucson receives very low snowfall but there is enough snow in nearby mountains making skiing possible.March- April and October-November are the most pleasant months with an average high temperatures of 80F and in winter the temperature lowers down to an average temperature of 38 F.Tucson is one of the most favored destinations for both business and pleasure seeking travelers.Most of the hotels of Tucson are situated right in the middle of all the happenings and in close proximity to many convention and business centers.These hotels also offer some of the most striking and rejuvenating natural views of mountains and city right from the guest rooms.Luxury hotels such as Hotel Tempe / Phoenix Airport Inn Suites, Aspen Flagstaff / Grand Canyon Inn Suites, Trinity Fort Worth Inn, Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites are some of the most renowned luxury hotels known for its quality stay and high standard hospitality.Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites is situated amidst the breathtaking views of mountain ranges and is in easy reach with most of the business, entertainment and cultural centers.The rooms of the hotel are all equipped with modern amenities and facilities.The staff of the hotel is very friendly and efficient and remains in your service for round the clock for making your stay a memorable one.The city also offers a range of variety of dining options, serving award winning cuisine that varies from spicy Mexican to Southwestern fare to American food.

Southwest Airlines take off from Tucson AZ TUS

April 26, 2010


Southwest Airlines take off from Tucson International airport 11L at A4

An Overview of Tucson, Arizona

April 1, 2010

The State of Arizona is widely known for its dry western weather, beautiful scenery and cactus plantations spread over wide expanses of rock and desert. This makes for the traditional wild west territory. This picture is painted best in Tucson, a bustling city of 1 million that is set against awe-inspiring mountains. Tucson is Arizonaís second largest city after Phoenix and has a rich Mexican-Native American heritage and history stemming from its occupation by native Indians. Many people have traveled through this city since its inception in the 18th century. From French merchants to Anglo-American frontiersmen to Indian tribesmen, Tucson can boast a rich and diverse heritage.

What makes Tucson tick is the mild weather all year round which makes the city both an awesome place for business and living and also for lots of recreational activities. Downtown Tucson is rich in history and used to be the cultural heartbeat of Old Pueblo which boasts over 10 districts rich in art theater, opera, ballet and symphony. Downtown Tucson also has memorable landmarks which include the old Pima County Courthouse, the St. Augustine Cathedral and two train depots which date back to the days of the old west. If you want to shop in Tucson then you will find that there is an abundance of shopping districts which come with great restaurants, vintage theaters, motels and inns not to mention five star hotels. Tucson also has an exciting nightlife which is corroborated by its multi-ethnic citizenry who have a taste for the finest in life.

Tucson is a truly beautiful city with breathtaking and eccentric architecture that can be attributed to the best of architects and designers in the industry. The downtown area sprouts from the rugged terrain against a backdrop of cactus plants and the desert. Tucson is special because its location lies directly on the spot of the most continuously inhabited area in the United States. This is due to the fact that Tucson is the actual spot of the earliest documented inhabitants belonging to the Hohokam tribe which has since become extinct. The Spanish adventurers, including missionaries, also graced this area as did Mexican and U.S. armies, outlaw legends such as John Dillinger and other romantic characters.

The Tucson airport accommodates 14 different airlines flying to over 32 destinations and connections to 125 cities in the US and overseas. Over 90 flights depart from Tucson on a daily basis. Rail service is not new to Tucson. Since the 18th century, rail travel has been an important part of travel for locals and visitors as alike. Tucson actually boasts some of the oldest train depots in the US. Amtrak now has regular train service to and from Tucson as is the Greyhound bus. Tucson is also strategically located on I-10, the main artery that connects California to Florida.

Inside Amarc: The Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center, Tucson, Arizona

March 26, 2010

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Inside Amarc: The Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center, Tucson, Arizona

Tucson Tourist Attractions

March 5, 2010

Tucson is filled with tourist attractions ranging from the Catalina State Park, which hosts the Hohokam village (the site of the oldest known Indian tribe), to the Sonora Desert Museum with its collection of desert creatures caught right in their natural habitat. The weather in Tucson, which ranges somewhere to the average of 75 degrees for most of the year, is ideal for outdoor camping, hiking, biking, sightseeing and even movie-making. The clear skies all year round have made Tucson the ideal location for the Kitt Peak Observatory Lab where dozens of astrologers and cosmologists camp in a view to capture the heavens. But this is not all there is in Tucson.

No one leaves Tucson without visiting the Pima Air Museum which is dedicated to the preservation of the history of commercial and military aviation. This museum opened its doors in 1976 with just over 70 aircraft but has since grown to over 250. It has recently added the world-famous F-5B made by Northrop. Special aviation events and conferences are held here every year and flight enthusiasts can be seen here all the time.

A big part of Tucson is its scenery and mild weather that draws thousands of hikers to the area every year. Many of them come to hike or cycle in the mountains and nowhere else is this more enjoyable than at Finger Rock Trail. Despite the steep 4000 feet climb the vistas from different vantage points are simply stunning. Tours to this area are always fully booked. The trail winds into Alvernon Way which approaches Finger Rock and the Pontatoc Trail. The Finger Rock Trail stretches over five miles. The hike passes through the Sonora Desert up to the jagged peaks of the Catalina Mountains which offers more views of the surrounding terrain.

Another memorable attraction in Tucson is actually located right in the heart of downtown. This is the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block which is famous for its Western art that is both contemporary and experimental. The museum also hosts a large section devoted to pre-Columbian artistry of the American Southwest and Mexican art. In addition, the building features works by some of Arizona’s most talented artists. Tours to these widely visited attractions are extremely popular and children under 12 years old are admitted free. The first Sunday of every month is also free for all visitors regardless of their age.

Day Trips from Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff, 10th: Getaway Ideas for the Local Traveler

March 1, 2010

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Have you only a day to spare, or do you simply want a quick change of scenery? For local travelers looking for a new adventure in their own backyards, the Day Trips guides offer hundreds of great ideas, all within a two-hour drive.  Day Trips from Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff is packed with exciting things for locals and vacationers to do, see, and discover not far from these three major Arizona cities.  With complete trip-planning information and over th… More >>

Day Trips from Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff, 10th: Getaway Ideas for the Local Traveler

Take Off From Tucson International Airport

October 24, 2008

Tucson Airport ,Arizona

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Flying over Tucson, Arizona – Cessna 172

October 12, 2008

Flying over Tucson in a Cessna 172 – Flying over Tucson, Eloy, Pinal, Picacho Peak, Marana Regional Airport.

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