Goodbye Winter

Our winter stay in Tucson is rapidly coming to an end. April 15th we will be leaving Rincon west to head east to Illinois. 2 grade school graduations and 1 church confirmation. Am anxious to see the kids and grand kids.

We will stay until the day after Memorial day and then head west to Colorado for the summer. We will be leaving the ATV and trailer at Rincon and will have to drive down from Colorado to pick it up.

Our stay here has been enjoyable, lots of things to do to keep us busy. Loretta did Zumba, Lapidary, sewing, bike riding and now that the weather warmed up swimming. I, played ping pong, went to ham radio meetings (studying for a license) bike riding, shooting and Geocaching with the gang from Desert Trails.

We have found Rincon very friendly, we enjoy the paved streets, the shorter distance to the stores, doctors, and other amenities. we have our close friends here, Ron and Loretta and Victor and Charolotte. I have said that even at Desert trails that we know a lot of folks, but we only did things with a few. The same is true here at Rincon.

Loretta and I entered a photo contest here at Rincon. I got a 2nd place for a video (Colorado)  and got   a 3rd place in the Bird Category, for this Curved Bill Thrasher. Loretta got an honorable mention for her video. (Sunrise/Sunsets)

I have also made a video of the Rincon West Railroad Garden Society’s railroad garden. This railroad garden was featured this year on the Railroad Garden tour in Tucson. 

So as the days grow longer our time here grows shorter and we will be “On the road again”

After Colorado, we hope to visit with Bill and Elaine Tabacinski and Ron and Rhonda Tobin in Cody Wyoming, then over to Island Park Idaho for some ATV riding and then to North Dakota to visit Teddy Roosevelt Ranch (more riding), then to South Dakota with Ron and Loretta for a family reunion and more riding, before we head south to Tucson for the winter. we will double our miles this year and I’m sure we will double our fuel costs as well!

Please pray for our Country and those that lead it. 

Happy Trails

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