Author Archives: Darryl
I just came across this article, describing details of farming 2,500 years ago near what is now Tucson: http://www.archaeology.org/news/4092-160122-arizona-farmer-footprints It’s just too bad that the site’s in the way of a highway.
Good news for the people passing through the northern part of Arizona! http://www.arizonahighways.com/?q=blog%2Fus-route-89-near-page-reopen-next-week
I didn’t intend for a year to go by, but here it is, just shy of a year since the last update. We are still in North Carolina, but we just returned to Arizona for a very quick trip. It … Continue reading
It has been quite a while since I’ve laid hands on the site. There’s a perfectly good explanation for this: We’re currently about 2,000 miles east of our home in Mesa. After trying to decide what to do, I’ve come … Continue reading
We visited the Pima Air and Space Museum the end of April and the biggest problem that we had was getting it all covered! It was a beautiful day and an awesome time! The biggest problem that I now have … Continue reading
It’s the middle of March and Arizona is getting smacked with a late winter storm. Even here in Mesa the temperature is only in the mid-40s and looking east I can see snow capping the Superstition range. Just yesterday the … Continue reading
Arizona Republicans go to the polls today to select their choice for Presidential candidate. Leading up to it, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum came to Mesa last week for one of their many, many debates. After … Continue reading