On the way from Sedona to Taos, New Mexico

It was a really long driving day today and not the most comfortable overnight accommodations…….but thank you Cracker Barrel for opening your doors to us! We left this morning at 0730 and arrived in Albuquerque, NM around 5 pm. That’s 9 1/2 hours on the road – we were all pretty worn out by theContinue reading “On the way from Sedona to Taos, New Mexico”

Sedona…..home of the red rocks.

Yes, we are heading south and are now in Sedona, Arizona. From here, we’ll be heading east and hope to be back home in Naples around October 22. We can’t believe the wonderful weather we’ve been blessed with since leaving on this adventure the first of July. We have experienced only a few hours ofContinue reading “Sedona…..home of the red rocks.”

The GRAND is absolutely GRAND!

The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long, ranges from 4,000 to 6,000 feet deep and is 18 miles across at the widest point. Congress passed an act naming the canyon as a national park in Arizona on February 26, 1919. Teddy Roosevelt once said that every American must see the Grand Canyon…..I would definitely agreeContinue reading “The GRAND is absolutely GRAND!”

I feel I have to post this……but it is NOT a pretty picture!

I have heard in church, statistics that I found hard to believe. This is not an accurate quote as I’m sure my numbers are incorrect. But it’s something like this….”If your household earns $50,000/year, you are in the top 7% of the wealthiest in the USA. Seems hard to believe, doesn’t it?? If you areContinue reading “I feel I have to post this……but it is NOT a pretty picture!”