HOT, HOT, HOT

HOT, HOT, HOT

The Phoenix UFO blog I posted yesterday, was a point of interest for all you Sci-fi fans. Today my blog is about the Phoenix my kids live in. I found poky mountains, fine funky restaurants and fantastic family, and just like home in Connecticut, yellow dust, all in...
PHOENIX LIGHTS

PHOENIX LIGHTS

We just returned from Phoenix, Arizona. When we were there, we heard about UFOs, so here’s the scoop. A drawing of the object created by witness Tim Ley appeared in USA Today. The Phoenix Lights (also identified as “Lights over Phoenix”) was a UFO...

RAINSTORM

Last Thursday night, December 19th, the last storm we ever expected in Phoenix was a rainstorm. We had in hand  tough-to-get tickets for all of us (six plus a stroller with baby) to spend an illuminating evening enjoying the luminaries, with music too, in the Desert...

SNOWSTORMS OR SANDSTORMS

Everywhere you go in Phoenix, you will find no snow on the ground. For snow you have to go to the mountains. Choices, it’s good to have choices. Do you snow ski? But oh, the sand. It is the desert after all. Sand underfoot, sand in your shoes, sand in your car....

PHOENIX, AZ and WRIGLEY GUM

Wrigley was famous for giving us the tantalizing chewing gum. He gave us culture and influenced the character of Phoenix, Arizona with his presence and architecture. The Wrigley Mansion was built by chewing gum magnate, William Wrigley, Jr., as a 50th wedding...

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