17 March 2018

Did you say WEEKEND?

Yay! It's the weekend! Time to go for a ride and enjoy the fresh air. And as the popular bumper sticker says, "More Wag, Less Bark!"  Enjoy! 

16 March 2018

It's Caffeine Awareness Month! Get your buzz on!

Did you know that March is National Caffeine Awareness Month? Yep, it's true! Need a little picker upper? Here's some advice from the coffee shop experts! 

15 March 2018

The Wall Comes to AZ - Today through Sunday

Our site sponsor, SUsan Dodson, shared this information about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall coming to Tucson. You can visit this replica of The Wall starting today through Sunday at the Riverfront Park in Oro Valley. 

14 March 2018

Beauty on the go!

Wow - it's hard to think of a caption that adds anything to this sign! I guess you can really just dash in for a touch up! My, my.

13 March 2018

Literary Lizard!

I just love that we have Little Free Libraries all over Tucson! Here is a particularly fun one that site follower David Aber forwarded to me. 

"NW corner of W. 2nd St. & N. 10th Ave. in the Dunbar/Spring Neighborhood. The gila monster, created by Hirotsune Tashima & Jason Butler, is reading a poem entitled, "The End of the Chapter" by Paul Laurence Dunbar. Poem note: This location has appeared in teh Daily Star's website (tucson.com) on 3/25/13 and 7/03/16 (not my photos). Here's the link: Tucson Oddity"

12 March 2018

Happiest Way to Start Your Week!

They say that laughter is the best medicine and the absolute expert of this form of therapy is the amazing talented cast that you will enjoy at The Gaslight Theatre. The current show is "The Lone Stranger" and it runs through March 25. Be sure and stay for the "after show" - the Olio - which is a wonderful show unto itself! This is a Tucson Treasure! 

11 March 2018

Day2: Abandoned mine?

It's time again for another "Where is this?" contest! First person who can identify where this abandoned Mining Cart is displayed wins a fabulous TDP t-shirt!

Here is a clue: This mining cart is on a main north/south thoroughfare and is on permanent display in front of a restaurant. Any guesses??