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.