Monthly Archives: August 2021
Another visit and it is much more lush with the rain we’ve had. Lot’s of butterflies, flowers and gurgling streams.
Bees are enjoying the zinnia blooms and the hummingbirds are still fighting over the feeder.
For my last day in Phoenix, I had the pleasure of visiting the Southwest home of famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Built in 1937, Taliesin West is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of my favorite subjects of study … Continue reading
After a day at the museum, we enjoyed an historic baseball game at Chase Field. Diamondbacks Tyler Gilbert pitched a no-hitter for his first full game in the majors. Their season has not been great but the crowd was roaring … Continue reading
While visiting friends staying in Phoenix, we decided to skip the heat and visit the Musical Instrument Museum. A considerable collection of instruments from all over the world, interesting demos and a whole room of instruments that visitors can play … Continue reading
The smoke from all the fires out West has now settled in Santa Fe. While it makes a lovely sunset timelapse, it’s not very good for the lungs. Climate change is not something for the future… the future is here. … Continue reading