We spent a few days visiting family and friends in Tucson, Arizona and here are a few shots from that trip. The rest are in the Flickr album.
The view out the window of our hotel was of Mt. Lemmon with snow from the recent storms. Winter weather like that is enough to cause traffic jams as people flock up the roads to the peak.
The distictive dome of the Pima County Courthouse in downtown Tucson. Built in the 1920s, it’s a unique structure and they don’t make ‘em like that anymore.
With high temps in the lower 50s, it was cool for a normal Southern Arizona winter but still nice enough to get outside and sit in the bright sunshine for a little reading.
Every year the Congress Hotel celebrates the January 24th capture of the nortorious 30’s era gangster John Dillinger. One of many quirky stories Tucson has to tell.