A perfect Tuscon day clouded by tragedy
Saturday was one of those sterling Tucson days that warms one to the core. Still. Sixty-five. Perfectly clear and sunny.
To take advantage, I drove up to the Rillito River, which is dry all but a few days per year, to walk the landscaped trails on the river bank.
The streets were quiet. The ten minute drive only took five.
A perfect Tucson winter day can be cool in the shade. The air is dry and thin.
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