Monthly Archives: April 2013

Shaw Butte

It’s still Spring outside, I keep telling myself, as the temperatures climb closer and closer to the eighties and trampoline in and out of the 90 degree range.  In April, Acacia trees have dropped their yellow furry balls and are … Continue reading

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Gnocchi, or, The Yolk’s On You!

What fun I had with my friend Karen as we hit Gina’s Homemade to have a lesson on making pasta!  I grew up in an Italian household, so making pasta from scratch is not a new thing for me.  Now, … Continue reading

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Standing in the Shadows or High Noon Weaving

One of the reasons I bought my “traveling loom” was to take workshops in the area.  The criteria was that it would fit in my Mini.  With the seats down, and the front seats all the way up, it wedges … Continue reading

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Six Word Memoir

In response to the challenge initiated by Franci Weinstein: One forward, two back, enjoy view.

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Hiking Through the Land Slide

Real rainfall this winter has precipitated an explosion of wildflowers this spring in Arizona.  It’s been a spectacular sight, especially since last year (our first winter/spring) it was pretty dismal and barren.  As if by magic, we are discovering new … Continue reading

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