Last Saturday I rode the motorcycle over to the Gregory School for the annual Tucson Classics Car Show. I go every year, making sure to get there before the day heats up and the crowds descend.
The Gregory School is one of Tucson’s prettiest campuses, a pleasant venue for an outdoor car show. It […]
I enjoy alone time, but only in small doses. Natasha and her daughter Giorgianna, our houseguests, are away with Donna, seeing the sights in Flagstaff and Sedona. They left Sunday afternoon and will be home tonight. What do I get out of the deal? Three days and two nights of raising hell, which in my […]
It’s National Dog Day. Everybody gets a belly rub!
While we’re at it, let me plug a favorite Twitter account, @DogSolutions.
So peace. Such soothe. Deg best antidote to times of hate.
My cell phone rings all the time now. Spam, scams, once in a while someone calling the Tucson Police Department’s seized […]
This is a hash fish emblem. It’s a Hash House Harrier thing. We once bought a dozen, giving some to friends who are also hashers but keeping several for our own cars. Two of my motorcycles and at least six of our cars and trucks have sported hash fish. Currently every vehicle in our garage […]
Q, our grandson, has been here the past week, bunking in our home office. I barged in this morning to check email and update the blog. While I was at it, we took a selfie.
It’s been a domestic week, watching young people’s stuff on TV (Battlebots, which was too frenetic to endure; Zootopia, clever […]
When I blogged about our automotive history a few weeks ago, I thought it’d be years before we had to buy another car. I may have to update that post.
Donna called yesterday afternoon. She had drifted off the road and hit a cactus. After ascertaining that she was fine, my second question was whether […]