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A Ski Day at Snowbowl, December 18th 2020
December 19, 2020
Since the lifts started running at the Snowbowl Ski resort outside Flagstaff Arizona, a few hours from my home, I decided it was time to get up there. They installed a new lift this year since the old main Agassiz lift broke at the end of last year, and I wanted to check it out and get some runs in. I got up early but was a bit disorganized with it being t...
Home Alone Turns 30: Feeling Old Yet?
November 4, 2020
You didn't read that wrong, it has been 30 years since Home Alone hit theaters. Wow! How the time does fly. 30 years ago our household had barely gotten a VHS player, and now in 2020 all Blockbusters are gone save one in Australia. If you experienced the first Home Alone movie in theaters back in 1990 or 1991, kudos to you. You grew up, or aged, having ...
Hiking Echo Canyon Trail, Camelback Mountain Arizona
September 28, 2020
Camelback Mountain is a prominent feature of Phoenix Arizona and surrounding areas. Every year locals and visitors from all over the world make their way to one of two trail heads to attempt a summit to the top of Camelback. This is a rewarding hike, but don't let the short distance fool you, the hike is almost entirely uphill. If you enjoy stair climb ty...
PART 1: Driving from Arizona to Puerto Peñasco, Mexico - Rocky Point - during COVID-19
September 12, 2020
Puerto Peñasco is the Spanish name for the fishing village turned tourist destination known as Rocky Point. It lies on the northeast coast of the Sea of Cortez Mexico, about 60 miles from the U.S. Mexican border. Our family decided to visit Rocky Point in late August 2020, under the ever present threat of COVID-19. Like most people, we have been shelteri...
PART 2: Driving from Arizona to Puerto Peñasco, Mexico - Rocky Point - during COVID-19
September 12, 2020
I didn't want to be on the roads far away from home after dark, so we decided we would leave around 4pm. We actually got going around 3:30pm, but it took 30 minutes to pack up and make a couple trips up to the car. After the first trip the guard at the entry point wasn't going to let me re-enter, saying the beach was closed. I explained best I could that ...
Palm Springs Movie Review (2020)
August 29, 2020
Don't let the graphic of two people floating down a lazy river with a couple drinks in hand fool you into thinking this is a lazy, laid back, date night comedy movie. It isn't. The writing is tight and so is the acting and production. While this movie is not for children, it does offer something for every adult. Violence: Check. Sex: Check. The Paranorm...
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