The Windiest Road in Arizona The windiest road, Coronado Highway, aka Devil’s Highway (666), is Arizona’s windiest road. When you look it up online, you will find that it has over 460 curves, and if you fear not knowing what
These wonderful ladies attended the first Women Writers’ Workshop in Prescott, Az. They learned how to throw out adverbs and expand on their senses of smell, hear, taste, and sight. We ate at Farm Provisions for lunch and Carmella’s for
My mornings start with a walk at 7:00 with my dog and two friends. I spend time talking about politics and family. We converse with other walkers in the park about local topics, a new restaurant that just opened, the
The best Christmas trees come very close to exceeding nature. If some of our great decorated trees had been grown in a remote forest area with lights that came on every evening as it grew dark, the whole world would
A swift streak of color, A silhouette in jade, Ultra marine! A flash of silver underneath On all will be seen. ~Margaret Wheeler Ross (1867–1953), “Spring Styles on the Desert: The Lizard” Gambel’s quail Saucy black plumes on copper berets
Are you reading this in your pajamas? The sales of pajamas have tripled in the last five months, and the sales of business wear have decreased. Maybe you are wearing an old T-shirt and sweatpants? Boxer shorts? Or naked? When
Cowboy Slang Edgar “Frosty” Potter Have you ever wondered how cowboys communicate? Here are 11 examples of describing “hot”. _______________________________________________________________________________ So hot it’d slip hair on a polar bear. So damn hot that if a man died an’ went to
He is buried in Quartzsite, Arizona. His grave is a pyramid topped with a copper silhouette of a camel. He died while he was trying to round up a camel who had been scaring the people in the Arizona desert.
Plans to walk in the steps of the Shogun, eat yakitori on the street, visit Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, and the Imperial Gardens were washed away by a typhoon on October 12, 2019. Now, what. I had pet sitters
The Arizona State Capitol Building does not have a gold plated dome, copper chandeliers or turquoise gems. It is small and simple. Bryan Deppa designed the Capitol building in 1898. The US president gave Arizona $100,000.00 to help with expenses.