As a homeowner in Tucson, AZ, I know what it’s like to wait for the season’s first monsoon, that giving of life that your plants so desperately need. Not only does it bring relief to dry, yellowing cactus that, by July, are shriveling up upon themselves, but it also brings a cool breath of air after months of what feels like a hot blow Continue reading I Don’t Have Much, But I Do Have…
Where better can you get wonderful street shots of some amazing Tucsonians and their four-legged companions watching over their festivities? At the Folk Festival, of course!
If you are interested in taking a tour, the details can be found here.
Checking out the view at Crater Lake.
Crater Lake was formed in the mouth of a volcano. There are no rivers which run into it so the water remains a pure blue color. The lake is nearly 2K feet deep, making it the deepest lake in America.