Winter in Tucson

This post is a continuation of Christmas in Tucson, Arizona that is appropriately titled, winter in Tucson. For Christmas 2019 we escaped West Texas to explore southern Arizona. We are 70-degree people and looked forward to warmer weather. Little did we know that...

Christmas in Tucson

This year we decided to spend Christmas in Tucson, Arizona. As I’ve stated before, my husband installs solar farms all over the country. Ergo, we are not free to set our own destinations, yet. For several months we have been land-locked in West Texas. Not...

Touring New Mexico

Lately, my hubby has been working so much that we haven’t been able to do much exploring. But this past weekend we had two whole days off and headed west, touring New Mexico. First, we looked into Ruidoso, a small town in the Sierra Blanca mountain range. We had...

Gruene, Texas

  Historic Gruene, Texas Before pulling in the slides in San Antonio we made a few day trips to Gruene, Texas. Gruene was established in the 1840s by German cotton farmers. New Braunfels became crowded back then and the Guadalupe River made the area the perfect...

Fredericksburg, Texas

Fredericksburg, Texas Hill Country Fredericksburg, Texas is a surprisingly quaint, touristy town with a German heritage and bustling main street full of shops. The town is situated in the Texas Hill Country. It’s the perfect day trip, a little over an hour west...

Luckenbach, Texas

We took a side trip to Luckenbach, Texas on our way to Fredericksburg. It was the coolest place! Waylon and Willie cannot take credit for Luckenbach’s fame. Surprisingly, Luckenbach was not made famous by the country song. The little town, only nine acres in total,...