On the trail in Red Rock State Park Red Rock State Park features several smallish loop hikes ranging in difficulty from an easy wheel-chair accessible walk to the more “genuine hike” along the Eagle’s Nest trail. Eagles Nest is not difficult, but there seems to be more of a diverse, natural feel to it with… Continue reading Hiking Sedona’s Red Rock State Park
Plain old bookcases get a little revamp.
It's easy, fast and fun to crochet beanies in a variety of colors and stitches.
I promise you, this display cabinet only cost us $28.00 from start to finish. Les Gains, my husband, makes things. Lots and lots of little things. If he does not have a guitar in his hands, then you will find him in his studio creating fabulous little treasures. Above is a crowd of funny little… Continue reading How to Make a Display cabinet on the CHEAP – $28.00 total
See that teeny little disturbance in the middle of the photo? That is our camp site. Even though Dead Horse Ranch State Park is practically in the town of Cottonwood, AZ, there is still plenty of wide open space and privacy. Les and I decided to give "Urban Camping" a go this past weekend. Urban… Continue reading Urban Camping in Northern Arizona
When the going gets tough- say I am having a bad day at work- my husband, Les and I will pack up the truck and head on out for an art day in the wilderness. Into the truck we throw our cooler with lots of good eats, a ton of art supplies and a couple… Continue reading Art Day at Lynx Lake