Daily Life in Arizona's High Country
I know you are proud! Congrats to your grad....
That is a huge high school class! Exact colors of the university where I worked.Best wishes to him as he decides his future path!As for going to the park alone, I never even gave it a thought. Maybe I should. I would never hike alone and don't like it when DC does, but I didn't fear the mountain park at all. It is a sad world when we have to worry about those things, though.
Hmmm...nice first image.
Way to go! What an accomplishment.We know who has stood hard and steadfast behind the scenes....
Oh how wonderful, we'll be there next year Lord willing with our oldest!Your hiking trip below looked like a wonderful time. What a great way to spend time with friends!Here's hoping you have a happy 4th of July!Love and prayers,Susan
I hope you're having the greatest time with your brother and niece!
The Pawnee Buttes are on a national grassland, which belongs to the US Forest Service. I am so glad something has been salvaged and not built upon! It is so quiet and peaceful out there - except for the wind. In the first post about that day there is a link to an article about it that you might enjoy, in case you missed it.
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