I just love this restaurant! It's an American diner sort of place - no frills. And they let you know about it before you even pull into the driveway. So if you are looking for elegant dining.... they suggest you go elsewhere! At night the diner (Frank's) turns into "Francisco's" and they serve Mexican food. Photo courtesy of George Goldman.
We are now getting rain every day so soon we will be in the thick of the monsoon season. The region draws photographers from all over the world seeking fantastic lightning images during this time of year. Photo courtesy of George Goldman.
Someone years ago must have thought that painting this building battleship grey was an improvement over its natural condition. As you can see, Mother Nature and weather are fighting back! I think the contrast of painted brick and exposed brick is interesting and even beautiful in its own strange way.
And here are the final photos of the car wash adventure. All is clear now, yes? Going through the car wash was way fun for my Aussie Shepherd - he thought it was better than the dog park. He jumped around from back seat to front seat like a pinball as he was trying to figure out what was happening! Too funny!
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Using the "Monday already?" ram photo that so many of you loved, I have created a t-shirt and a mousepad. You can purchase them on ETSY at the "TotallyTucson" store. Click here to shop.
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I'm a transplanted New Yorker who loves the Tucson climate. On New Year's Day I have a bit of fun calling my (snowbound) east coast friends to announce that I'm drinking coffee while sitting on my patio. (: