Arizona Burning

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
May 142012
 

If you’ve never spent much time in the Grand Canyon State, you might not think of this being a place that has major fires. You’d be wrong. Four big wildfires are burning in Arizona as I write this. The Gladiator Fire, burning 60 miles south of us, has grown to nearly a thousand acres, destroyed […]

Road Trip To Show Low

 Posted by at 12:06 am  Nick's Blog
Apr 022011
 

It had been way too long since we we had seen my daughter Tiffany and her family, so yesterday morning Terry and I were up bright and early for a road trip to our old hometown of Show Low, Arizona. We left the Verde Valley Thousand Trails preserve about 9:30 and followed State Route 260 […]

May 182010
 

Yesterday morning bright and early I was parked at the Camping World in Mesa, Arizona letting their service people know that I was not pleased with their installation of our new tires in February, and that I wanted them to replace the valve stems and the valve stem extensions on both inner dual wheels. Ever […]

May 172010
 

Yesterday was our last day in Apache Junction, and as much as we enjoy visiting with Terry’s parents, Pete and Bess Weber, we’re ready to get back up to Show Low, where it is a little cooler, and we can get another grandkid fix. I spent part of yesterday doing some bookwork and maintenance on […]

Jan 262010
 

Like everywhere, the State of Arizona has been hit hard by economic setbacks, and the state has announced the closure of thirteen of its 22 State Parks in the next few months. The parks on the closure list are Homolovi Ruins State Park in Winslow, Lyman Lake State Park in St. Johns, Riordan Mansion State […]