The Arizona Strip is the land between the Colorado River and Utah. At one time Utah thought they should annex it, but I’m glad it remains in Arizona, even though it is remote from the rest of the state. The Grand Canyon is not easy to cross and the roads around it are few. Friends … More The Arizona Strip
Great friends Kim and Eric invited us to spend a few days with them on Lummi Island, off the coast of Bellingham, Washington.
In late March, we took a hike to Wolf Creek to see the falls while the creek was still flowing. It was a short, easy hike along the creek to see the falls and some nice vistas.
We rented a sweet flat at the corner of Barracks and Decatur — perfectly located between Frenchmen St. and the French Quarter. We had a balcony that overlooked the French Quarter Festival’s Brass Band stage.
Lynette and her family invited Ted and me to join them on their San Diego vacation. A lovely home in Poway served as our base
Ted and I spent a week in Scottsdale to take in some spring training games and soak up some warmer temperatures.
It’s been awhile since we’ve offered a glimpse of life in Prescott, so let’s get caught up. This January to March installation begins and ends with skiing.
When winter weather arrived in Prescott, Ted and I decided to turn a planned week-long trip to Palm Springs into a three-week trip. We drove a car and the RV for maximum flexibility.
Feeling like I should give back to my new community, I picked a way to draw on old skills and learn more about my new home. I volunteer at the Sharlot Hall Museum, which is the local history museum, started by an illustrious woman of Prescott’s early days.
Arizona’s Christmas city decked out – and so did we, but one of us wasn’t sure about getting out of bed.