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Arizona sunset

I know the silly palm trees weren’t here to begin with, but they do look lovely Advertisements

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Quilting Inspiration

With creative activities , there’s always something that sparks the imagination to get the ball rolling. First, let me tell you that I find quilting to be a very creative activity. There are so many decisions to make during the … Continue reading

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Saved by an Apron …

Yes, I know it’s been a while since I’ve communicated, but here I am. In the intervening time, I’ve traveled/visited Mesa Verde, friends in Edmonds, Colorado, sold our home of 19 years, bought a condo (downsizing from 4400 square feet … Continue reading

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Arizona Week #6 Highlights: March 21 – 27

We had a little change this week and took a break from Mesa and headed South to Tucson to visit friends, Linda and Harry, and take in the sights. It takes a special kind of person to host out of … Continue reading

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Arizona Week #5 Highlights: March 14 – 20

  Yet, another fun-filled week in Arizona. Yes, I again line danced and quilted. Ray played shuffleboard and went on a bike ride. Highlights were the Sun Life Quilt Show (yes, I finished my wall hanging in time), St Patty’s … Continue reading

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Arizon Week #4 Highlights: March 14 – 20

  Arizona Week #4 Highlights: March 14 – 20     Ray and I both tried something new this week (I’ll try to get photos later):  I gave Line Dancing the good old college try. It was definitely a lot of … Continue reading

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Arizona Week #3 Highlights: Feb 28 – March 6

    Another Hike! Well, yes. Same park (South Mountain, Phoenix), different trails. Much like the one before, it was quite a challenge with sections of loose rock to maneuver, deep ruts in the trail, and a slightly higher elevation. Best … Continue reading

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