Monday, November 28, 2005

ePodunk

Good Morning!! I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving!! Mine was quite relaxing and I slept more than I have in months. I could use more four day weekends. Oh well, back to the grind :)

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1 comment:

Russell McCrackin said...

Checked "Near Tubac, AZ" and found no listing for Tumacacori National Historical Park, which is 3 miles south of Tubac, and a major visitor interest site. Its history goes back to 1691 and Father Kino, who was a major figure in the history of the Tucson area. The history pre-dates San Javior del Bac, which is in your listng.

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