... downtown is where both tourists and locals gather, making for great people watching!
For me, walking always gives me a different perspective on a new place that can only be achieved at ground level, outside, and at a slow speed.
Dry off your feet and wander a bit among the crowds for some local flavor.
The converted railway is super flat and super wide, so it’s an easy walk with spectacular views.
We followed the signs around a few bends, past soaring Saguaro cacti, to the boat ramp, where the Roadrunner Trail meets the parking lot.
Social distancing. Lockdown. The Governor declares a state of emergency. Essential travel only. These phrases have become part of our everyday vocabulary. It’s tough to plan your next vacation, when you’re struggling to just plan your next trip to the grocery store. But there is a small silver lining. Everything I’ve seen still allows (even… Continue reading Spring Flowers Don’t Require Social Distancing
Springtime is festival time. When the weather turns warmer, we all want to get out into the sun and soak up some warmth. What better place to do that than a festival?
I awoke Sunday morning to crisp, cool temperatures; the colors of the landscape full of burnt umber and orange, beckoning Judy and me out for a Fall morning walk. ‘Tis the season. As we tied our walking shoes and pulled-on some warmth, we also grabbed water and sunscreen, for this Autumn walk would not be… Continue reading ‘Tis the Season
A walk near the hotel yields a treasure trove of fun information.