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Monday, March 21, 2016

Sunset In The Desert

Yoga outside again this morning—the woodcarvers are using the Activities Center for the week.  It was a beautiful morning and we had a lively practice in the shade of Bill’s motorhome.  Right after returning from yoga Jane and Rich were off to Surprise for a spring training baseball game—the Colorado Rockies were playing someone?? Winking smileI was the designated dog sitter taking the pooches out for a couple walks while they were gone.

I made a run to the post office and Michael went to watch the woodcarvers in action.  Sandy dropped by with a little package for me—a thank you for leading yoga and offering our home to the ATV gang for gatherings.

DSCN2233This little “dress” hangs on the oven door—it’s too pretty to wipe your grubby hands on, don’t you think!!!

DSCN2234And this useful little item lets you remove a hot bowl from the microwave without burning your hands—thanks a bunch Sandy!!

While Sandy was here, she suggested we all go out to Sunset Point this evening—and the sunset did not disappoint.  When the sun first went down one person said, “I want my money back,”—she shall remain nameless Bonnie.  It first appeared we were going to be disappointed but the colors became so fantastic we suggested she should pay us for letting her watch the sunset! 





Sunday Jane and I made a run into Peoria to Target—it was so hot in the Phoenix area!  I am thinking any additional big city trips will be made up the hill to cooler Prescott!  We are headed for a major cool down over the next few days with more seasonal temps to come.


  1. Your photos remind me of the covers on "Arizona Highways"... a magazine my aunt (who lived in AZ) sent to us when I was a little kid. I always marveled at the sunsets, the cactus and desert wildflowers... no wonder I love seeing your photos so much!

  2. We have seen some beautiful sunsets these past few evenings. Nice photos from your area though.

  3. It takes patience with the sunsets. We've watched people leave Font's Point in Anza Borrego SP right after the sun sets. The show doesn't happen til way after that. Developing those colors takes time:)

    Gorgeous crested saguaro!!!

  4. The Rockies handily beat the Texas Rangers in Monday's baseball game - don't remember the score. Yes that was a spectacular sunset, glad you got some good pictures.

  5. Darling gifts from Sandy! Spectacular sunset, beautiful across the desert.


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