PBS is one of my favorite local stations, and it has been since I was a kid. Last fall, I had the incredible opportunity to participate in the production of live Arizona broadcasting. I applied and was selected to appear on an episode of Check Please, Arizona! starring local restauranteur and host Mark Tarbell. My […]Read More Arizona Bucket List. No. 67 – Be on Check Please, AZ!
Staycation at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort, Arizona. Try the pools and do happy hour at Toro. Great views of TPC golf courses, fun activities for families, palm trees and relaxation.Read More Arizona Bucket List No. 68 – Princess Resort Stay-Cation
The first weekend of Dec. 2017, my husband and I collected our backcountry camping pass, a small tent, his backpack, some sleeping bags and packed the car to make the trip from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon. I hiked the canyon as a teenager; for him, hiking it had been a lifelong dream. The first […]Read More Arizona Bucket list No. 69 – Hike and camp the Grand Canyon
Basically, it was everything we signed up for. We left with two beautiful collector’s edition Killer Termite T-shirts. 🙂Read More Arizona Bucket list No. 70 – Doug Stanhope
… at the Arizona State Fair, no doubt! It’s hard for me to think of any other definitive Arizona bands that we followed, growing up, except for Jimmy Eat World and the Refreshments. I don’t really like Jimmy Eat World, or the Refreshments, musically. Just my personal taste. But, growing up, I was very into […]Read More Arizona Bucket list No. 71 – See the Gin Blossoms Live
To celebrate the Smithsonian Museum’s National Museum Day (@museum day, #museumdaylive) my husband and I journeyed to the edge of downtown Phoenix to visit the Pueblo Grande Museum. We both suspected that we’d gone as kids on school fields trips, since we both grew up in the Phoenix area, but we couldn’t remember the details. […]Read More Arizona Bucket list No. 72 – Pueblo Grande
Once, a few years ago, I heard an ad on a local radio station when I was out in Thatcher, AZ, for a trip to see the Grand Canyon by rail. Traveling the Grand Canyon Railroad is a fun-filled, historic experience through some of the most well-known and rugged corners of the U.S.A. For our […]Read More Arizona Bucket List no. 73 – Grand Canyon Railroad