It was nice to be settled and we had to rearrange all the suitcases to find warmer clothes to wear and pack away stuff that we wouldn't need until we get home. Dinner was a beef stew with lots of vegetables.
Wednesday was our day to catch up on mail and reading after seven days on the road. We also straightened out our timeshare contract with Wyndham.
Thursday we decided to have a late lunch as we were picking up friends at the airport later that night.
Full Irish breakfast, delish!
Since it was late we had cheese, bread and wine while we got caught up.
Friday we had a lazy day and walked out for lunch. We headed to Hot Diggitty Dog and had some old-fashioned fun food. Deep fried pickles, hot dog, ham wrap, BLT and ham and cheese sandwich.
It was pouring rain when we were leaving the diner so we waited until it let up and then headed back.
Not a healthy selection but good!!
Sweet potato fries!
The guys did groceries and then took the car for an oil change. We had roasted chicken, potatoes and broccoli for dinner.
Saturday was a rainy misty day but our plan was to go shopping. After a big breakfast cooked by John we were of to the factory outlets for the girls and the guys went to a golf shoe outlet, we then met up for some more shopping.
We ordered pizza for dinner.
Posting at City Daily Photo Theme Days. March theme is "Triangles" February 2014 - Mazatlan Mexico I had thought this would be difficult. But once I mentioned it to John he was driven to point triangles out to me. The exterior wall around the condo, taken from the bus stop as Hubby pointed out the triangles.
The rules for this meme are: Please join this weekly meme. Grab a copy of the photo above and link back toAn Accidental Blog. Share with the rest of us your passion for France. Did you read a good book set in France? See a movie? Take a photo in France? Have an adventure? Eat a fabulous meal or even just a pastry? Or if you're in France now, go ahead and lord it over the rest of us. We can take it. Maybe we can all satisfy our yearnings for France, until we get there again. August 2012 - Giverny France For this week's post I am going to redirect you to my post detailing our visit to Monet's Garden. it was such an amazing place to visit and definitely a highlight of our river cruise.
Here's a new fun meme to join! You'll Shoot Your Eye Out rules are: 1. Would be kinda cool if you would link back to my blog somewhere...ANYWHERE 2. Would be kinda cool if you "followed" me. Not to the bathroom or anything creepy...just here in blog-land. 3. Please link up using your permalink URL. 4. Photos MAY or MAY NOT be recently taken. Heck, sometimes you might see a song title and think "I ALREADY have an amaaaaaaazing photograph for that song title!" No reason you shouldn't use it. Amazing is amazing regardless of when it's taken, right? 5. Would be kinda cool if you'd visit some of the other participants and leave a kind word or two. I'm from Philly, and you KNOW we have a rep for being the kindest and friendliest peeps in the world :) 6. You may have one photo, or drop a photo bomb of photos in your link up post. Just please make sure your photo(s) are an interpretation of the song title for the week. 7. Link-up will be available beginning Sunday mornings. 8. Tell lots, and LOTS of your blogging friends so I don't feel like I'm sitting at the school lunch table all by myself on Sunday morning. I don't want to be a "Lonesome Loser" and have to post a photo about it.Got it? Sunday, link up, song titles, photographs that are interpretations, a mash up I'm calling Song-ography, be there...YO.
March 2014 - Myrtle Beach SC
This week's song is Turn Turn Turn. I remember my sister having this album. March 2014 - Myrtle Beach SC
The cathedral parish’s history began with the founding of the chapel of the Royal Presidio of San Agustine in Tucson, which was constructed in 1776. By the 1800s, both the presidio and its chapel had fallen out of use, so Father Joseph Machebeuf was sent to survey the condition of the area in the 1860s. He advised the Bishop of Santa Fe that a priest should be assigned to the location, which had a population of 600 people. Father Jean B. Salpointe was appointed as pastor of the new church in 1866.
Work on the structure—commonly referred to as a cathedral, even then—was completed by 1868.
The Holy See declared the territory of Arizona an apostolic vicariate later that year, and Salpointe was appointed Vicar Apostolic.
Above the entry is a bronze statue of St. Augustine, the patron saint of Tucson.
There was a church service taking place so we limited ourselves to the entrance which was covered in these amazing murals.