August in Prescott had a slow pace for us and we enjoyed hanging around the house and garden. There were a couple events in the neighborhood, but mostly we lay low.
July was a mellow month. For the first time we had uninterrupted weeks in between trips or guests. Not that we don’t love both, but it was luxurious to just sit back and enjoy life.
This is going to be a hodgepodge to catch up on what’s been going on around here. In May: We had a party at the neighbors, we canoed on Goldwater Lake, we’re attracting birds to the feeders, and we canoed on Willow Lake. Mary and Larry came to visit. We had fun playing games and … More Catching up around Prescott
We had planned to meet up with Steve and Janice for a few days of camping in Colorado and we made it into a 12-day road trip. While our first destination was Durango, we decided to get an earlier start and stop somewhere along the way to break up the 7-hour haul. That somewhere turned … More Colorado road trip!
Well, we think we’ve had our last snow (in late February), which lasted just a few hours. In March, Ted took an epic trip to New Orleans with his brothers. We finally managed to see the big three Prescott Museums: The Phippen Museum of Western Art, The Sharlot Hall Museum (territorial history of Arizona and … More Catching up around Prescott
In mid-March we loaded up the RV and went to Scottsdale for nine days. We stayed in a trailer park full of 55+ snowbirds, and a few RVs. It was a little weird, but the price was right and they had a vacancy – rare combination during spring training. The first night in Phoenix, we … More Baseball, music, and more in Phoenix
In late February we had a short but sweet visit with Judah and Paul and in early March with Toby and Elaine. In late March we had an all-too-brief visit from Gary and Steph. And then we had overlapping visitors when Kim and Eric joined us for a couple days, while Lynette and Tom were … More Blessed with Visitors