Monthly Archives: February 2012

There is Superstition….in Arizona, That Is!

The weather this week has been so temperate that we just had to go out on the road for an exploratory drive.  Tuesday was the day, and the Superstition Mountains was the destination. We took the 60 to the 88, … Continue reading

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Farmer’s Market – A New Definition?

When we lived in California, our home was one mile away from a weekly Farmer’s Market, which made it incredibly easy to stroll through whether we needed anything or not.  The fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers weren’t always the best … Continue reading

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Glendale, Arizona

As my husband and I continue our exploration of our new home state, we are running into some interesting places and clearing up some misconceptions.  Turns out the Glendale train of Jesse James fame was NOT in Arizona – guess … Continue reading

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And Now My Teapot Whistles!

It’s been seven months since I had a gas oven.  It’s not that I didn’t give electric a chance.  Something about sliding pots on a ceramic surface is not my cup of tea – the one in the rental was … Continue reading

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