I'm so glad to see that you're feeling better and out taking pictures again! I especially love the header with all the different elevations. That museum does look like a good place to visit. The tiger looks so real!
what an amazing place!! thanks for the tour..
That's a great place. We've been meaning to get to Tuscon to visit friends, and that's just one more reason to go! I'm so ready for some springtime.....
Wow Marge! Those bird pictures are beautiful!!! I read your next post, and I hope you get to a better place to download your beautiful pictures. I love traveling along with you on these road trips. I don't get to travel very often. It would be so fun to do a little of it I'm sure! Hope you enjoy every moment.
Hi again Marge! Yes, I have been following you for a long time. Just riding along in my dreams~ :)I'm so glad you found my blog! PLEASE come and visit as often as you want. I hope to start blogging a little more often, especially as Spring comes. I'm getting over my funk I've been in. Tomorrow we are going back over to MIL's nursing home to take some pictures of her angels she has been working on. We went tonight, and I had forgotten my camera, which is actually an old cell phone. Anyways, she is very creative, and I'll post about her angels. Hope you enjoy that.Take care and enjoy your road trip! God's Blessings on you and your hubby!
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