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Old 06-23-2011, 04:09 PM   #1
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Question Planning to go off to the Grand Canyon

So i am planning on doing an iron ride out to the Grand Canyon and surrounding areas. this is what i have so far http://tinyurl.com/scubalizard. i am open to suggestions as places to go and see along the route. still debating on either to really rough it and camp out or let my back rest in a real bed.
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it dude.... camp site it. I used to inspect a bank chain around the state of texas once a year. I would hit the road and pitch camp at night to save money.
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i think there is a boneyard and museum for old military planes just outside Tucson
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i think there is a boneyard and museum for old military planes just outside Tucson
It's there at Davis Monthan AFB. There's a missile site and museum not far from there too.
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the museum is on the south side of davis monthan afb. the grave yard is not open to the public.
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Arizona is on California time for some reason. Me and the wife went to the canyon last summer. Did a detour to see tombstone. The drive from southern Arizona up to flagstaff was breath taking. You go from Arizona desert up to 7000' quick. From orange desert to green mountains in like 30 minutes.
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Arizona is on California time for some reason. Me and the wife went to the canyon last summer. Did a detour to see tombstone. The drive from southern Arizona up to flagstaff was breath taking. You go from Arizona desert up to 7000' quick. From orange desert to green mountains in like 30 minutes.
arizona does not participate in daylight savings.
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The clock on my phone was all over the place on that trip why don't they? It sure made it hard to get up on time.
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