Friday, October 24, 2014
Just got back from Arizona with Rexy and bike club. As always just a wonderful time and adventurous too. We visited two ghost towns and a mine, Old Tucson, Gammons Gulch and Asarco Mineral Mine. We actually took a tour of the mine by bus, very interesting and enjoyable. While in Arizona we went to Tombstone for "Hellrado Week", people there love dressing up in costume for the celebration. It was so much fun to visit there. We ate way too much and I definitely need to cut back now. Rexy's bike gave us a little trouble on our way back, but we made it safely back home. Riding in the Arizona sunsets was a little scary but so worth it. We had some beautiful cloudy days, as well as sunny ones too, Arizona is truly beautiful place to visit this time of the year!
Posted by Sandy, Sisters of Season at 9:23 AM
Monday, October 13, 2014
Cassandra is picking up some bagels for some salmon spread at home . . . yum yum!
We also pick up some pumpkins ones too . . Fall delicious for sure.
That's yours truly . .
Posted by Sandy, Sisters of Season at 4:38 PM
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Rexy enjoyed sitting in these over-sized chairs . . . nicely made I may say.
I've never had a opportunity to actually see a Nicol Sayre original . . . her work is amazing, such a talent. It was a real treat to actually see one up close, lots of detail.
Vergie Lightfoot pumpkin heads . . . love them, cool colors too, not just orange.
I personally only have one Christopher Radko Christmas ornament . . . here's a pic of his Halloween collection.
Posted by Sandy, Sisters of Season at 4:57 PM
Friday, October 3, 2014
I'm have always enjoyed the holidays . . my kids aka my adult kids are way to big to enjoy them anymore, they're all too busy with their own lives now. Pulling out my decorations always brings me some "happy" and I absolutely look forward to it every year. Hope you are enjoying this beautiful Fall season. Blessings!
Posted by Sandy, Sisters of Season at 8:34 AM
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Lately, I've been helping Rexy fix up his place, we decided to add some lattice to his front yard in one of his flower beds, hoping to dress up the front a little bit. Instead of using the traditional stuff at the local hardware store, we decided to create and build our own. We actually used masonry steel grid instead of lattice along with a wooden frame. We loved the way they turned out. We added two Bougainvillea
plants, Gold King (orange rust color) and California Gold (yellow gold color), just too pretty. Now to see if the plants take well to this tough soil. Hoping for the best.
Posted by Sandy, Sisters of Season at 4:26 PM