Iowa is filled with rolling hills and many farms. There are lots of giant silos bursting with grain and many … Continue reading Cedar Rapids, an American Gothic
Thanksgiving ushers in the swirl of the holidays. This year seems to have a bit more electricity. After a year … Continue reading Lights, Camera, Sparkle!
A scenic drive through canyons edged by the Colorado River led us out of Utah. The red rocks changed to … Continue reading From the mountains…🎶🎵to the prairies🎶…
The geography of Utah from Provo south and east to Moab changed at least a dozen times from snow-capped and … Continue reading Rejuvenation with red rocks and arches
Leaving the west coast we headed through orange groves, strawberry fields, almond orchards and plenty of vineyards. All were blooming … Continue reading From farms to lakes and mountains
A two and a half hour ride west from the desert brought us to the California coastal city of Marina … Continue reading Marina del Rey to Monterey
Joshua Tree National Park is quite unique. Mostly unshaded, it has distinct areas of desert terrain and flora. There are … Continue reading Desert Floor to Mountain Top
Santa Fe, now in our rear view mirror was a fabulous week. We headed south and west on smaller and … Continue reading Bring on the heat!
A weeklong collage-quilting class, a new technique for me, was offered in the capital city of New Mexico. Susan Carlson, … Continue reading A manatee in Santa Fe
Before arriving in Santa Fe, there was one more day of Georgia O’Keeffe-wonder at the Ghost Ranch. This former dude … Continue reading Sensational Santa Fe