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Over the past 6 months or so, and in no particular hurry, Ms. Karen & I went in search of the best Sunday Brunch in Tucson as rated by friends & family, as well as the usual online suspects: Trip Advisor; Yelp; and Urban Spoon. “Honest Customer Reviews” I say … Continue reading
We discovered this little fella on the main patio. No idea how he got there. We looked all over for a nearby nest but found none. He was obviously weak, but what could we do? He was quite lethargic. Our first thought was to put him on the feeder where … Continue reading
Firewheel, a wildflower, common in the Southwest is also known as Indian Blanket. An annual, it reseeds itself readily if allowed the opportunity. The Firewheel is in the Aster family. Requirements: Sandy Soil, good drainage. Special Value to native bees. My firewheel came in a wildflower package from Native Seeds. … Continue reading
This coming weekend (April 18th & 19th, 2014 is the final 3 Tucson performances of Carnival of Illusion for this season. I understand there are a only a few seats left. You can purchase tickets at CarnivalofIllusion.com. Hurry! You can thank us for this recommendation later. Note: This show is … Continue reading
I imagine that anyone who lives in Tucson, Arizona has passed by the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch along I-10, at Picacho Peak many times. And I imagine that most Tucsonans have, as they passed by doing 85, thought to themselves that some day they would stop in and see what … Continue reading
Not long ago, Oro Valley Farmers Market moved to historic Steam Pump Ranch on North Oracle Road. The ranch was started in 1874 by German immigrants George Pusch and Johann Zellweger. In order to make the ranch viable, they needed a lot of water. So the partners purchased a steam … Continue reading
After a 100 year absence from the San Pedro River of Southeastern Arizona the American Beaver is reintroduced. This video explores the history of the area and how pioneer, mining, military and ranching activities lead to the demise of the beaver presence in the San Pedro River. A thorough investigation … Continue reading