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Thorny Neighbors

“Some people are always grumbling because roses have thorns. I am thankful that thorns have roses.” – Alphonse Karr

Heat’s Up in Tucson

The temperature was 115 here in Tucson yesterday. 238 more words

Nature

I Dare You

We all have our gifts. Cacti and Agave of the Sonoran Desert are no exception.  Their vibrant color punctures the crisp, blue sky and the arid, dusty landscape.   34 more words

The Daily Post

Onwards to Tuscon, Arizona

One of the best things about life in the 21st century is the ease of making “Friends” whom you’ve never met. And one of the great things about living the peripatetic lifestyle is getting to finally meet them! 388 more words

Travel

Tucson to Yuma

After Texas we continued heading west towards San Diego, and we had a week or so to spend in Arizona. First stop was Tucson, and we stayed at the… 969 more words

Arizona

The Saguaro Palm Springs

Photography:

Special thank you to Courtney Paige Photography for capturing all these sweet moments with my sweet girl.

Outfit Details:

Shirt via Mate the Label… 76 more words

Family + Baby

Travelogue: Tucson and Saguaro National Park

It’s impossible to travel any distance through the southwestern United States and not come across something of beauty or historic importance. Even though we’ve previously made three passes through the region, there are still some gaps in our coverage, so way back last summer we began planning a southwestern 2017 spring break outing. 1,349 more words

Destinations