Tag: travel

Postcards from the past: searching for a Memory in Tombstone – Part 2

A Travel Memory to Historic Tombstone, Arizona. I’m laughing at myself as I drive towards the center of Tombstone from Boothill Cemetery. It’s taken me all of two minutes to make the trip, yet for some reason, I still had to ask my phone… Continue Reading “Postcards from the past: searching for a Memory in Tombstone – Part 2”

Postcards from the past: searching for a Memory in Tombstone – Part I

A Travel Memory to Historic Tombstone, Arizona. I’m standing outside Boothill Cemetery studying its surrounding walls, trying to match what I see with a memory from my childhood. I’ve just traveled along a dusty desert road. The toxic, nostril-burning smell of a skunk (who… Continue Reading “Postcards from the past: searching for a Memory in Tombstone – Part I”

Subscribing To One’s Hopes and Dreams For The Future

At the beginning of 2020, I was working on my goals like a boss. I can’t call them resolutions, as I was working on them prior to the start of the New Year, but they were certainly set intentions for how I wanted to… Continue Reading “Subscribing To One’s Hopes and Dreams For The Future”

Something Different

My recent interaction with goats got me thinking about the scene in the 1965 movie “The Sound of Music” where Maria and the Von Trapp children stage a marionette show about a lonely goat herd. Having not seen the musical in some time, I… Continue Reading “Something Different”

A post from the dog: A review of Tucker Park

This blog post was written by Vienna, a six-year old Greyhound. All opinions are her own, possibly edited a bit by the cat, Harry Dresden, who assisted with the typing. My mom will often read her blog posts to me and the cat. She… Continue Reading “A post from the dog: A review of Tucker Park”