Leaving Arizona!

 Leaving this behind in Arizona so we...




...can go to Oregon to this!

Life is good!

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  1. It looks so cozy and charming! Life is Good, indeed!
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    1. Yes it is Barbara. I am grateful each and every day.

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  2. Looks like either place, you're in paradise. Enjoy the trip!

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    1. We think so...it is just what we want and actually what we have created for ourselves. It is all good.

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  3. You live in two of the very best places.

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    1. I have missed following you Keith. It is so good to see you here. Be well.

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  5. All my best to you. What lovely landscaping. We are moving from Kansas to Indiana this summer. I hope that very few things got lost or broken along the way.

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  6. The landscaping around your Park Model in Tucson looks fabulous. I haven't seen it for a few years - it has filled in beautifully.

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    1. It is looking pretty good. Our yard here in Oregon is amazing this year. :

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  7. Thank you all for your comments. We do live in two of the best places here in the states.

    Keith, it is so good to hear from you. I went back to your blog to see what you are up to. I loved the Three Word Wednesday choices this week.

    Karen, May the force be with you...moving is always an adventure. I will keep you in my thoughts.

    Bob, we took most of it out before we came home. It is always a process when we return in the fall. It is one of of the things we love about returning to Arizona.

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  8. You lucky girl, you. Now, if you just had a private jet to whisk you back and forth (you don’t have a private jet, do you?).

    Alas, here I am, stuck in Eugene, spring, summer, fall, and winter. Oh, well, it could be worse—I could be stuck in Maine.

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  9. No private jet but flying economy is not that bad actually. We will do that one day very soon!

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