What’s your favorite thing to cook? I used to love creating baked goods. The more complicated the better. The only thing I did not like to bake was cake. These day’s however I am mastering smoked meat. Hopefully this summer I can practise smoking jerky and bacon.
We left Yuma at 10:00 am on the 31st of January, it was a windy five-hour drive. When we finally arrived at Wells Fargo RV Park, the girls and I went in search of a playground. Luckily for us, there was a small park with swings right next door to the O.K. Corral. They swung… Continue reading Our First Night in Tombstone.
Today is Monday, January 30, 2023, and is our last day of staying in Yuma. It has been a long day of cleaning packing and seeing our new friends one more time before we leave tomorrow. For two months we have been staying at the Windhaven RV park. Our first week here was for the… Continue reading On our way to Tombstone, Arizona
Moving forward to Thermopolis Wyoming I learned a lesson. The lesson learned is never drive to close to the person ahead of you. I knew not to do so, but for some reason did it anyway. I was tired and did not want to get too far away from my husband whom I was driving… Continue reading Thermopolis, Wyoming
Name an attraction or town close to home that you still haven’t got around to visiting. I have lived in Vermont and have never visited Hildene. Hildene is located in Manchester, Vermont, and was home to Robert Todd. Lincoln
Persistence will pay off, right? Today is a day of homeschool resistance. We are learning how to do tally marks. We have been learning tally marks for a full year now. Today however it is like the subject at hand has never been brought up. There was a lot of attitude going on. Usually, when… Continue reading Brick wall
List five things you do for fun. 1) Reading 2) Hiking 3) Make soap 4) Amateur photography 5) Blogging
Went on another riverwalk, but this time we walked in the opposite direction than the last time. This brought us to some bridges. Of course this gave Kaarina and her friend (we’ll call her Mer) the idea to practice their bridges. As we continued on they discovered a little grassy hill to roll down. (I… Continue reading Bridges
Leaving Kingman we stopped at the Route 66 historical museum. This museum is part of the visitor’s center. There is a small fee to enter but it is well worth it. As we pulled into the parking lot there was a route 66 arche way you can drive under to get a picture of your… Continue reading Kingman to Yuma