Monday, April 4, 2011

And home again!

We're home! Back in (stinkin' cold) Vermont! Absolutely missing the families, but enjoying being in our own space again.

Of course, this morning it actually snowed, and I for one was ready to leap back in the car and head south. But that's not happening, so instead I bought potting soil and planted what will hopefully be our wedding flowers. Spring in the north is good too.


This is Mt Picachu (excuse me, Picacho is the real name - Picachu is what I always accidentally call it, oops! Thanks Sarah!), between Tucson and Phoenix. Those jagged southwestern mountains are endlessly fascinating.

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At April 8, 2011 at 12:40 AM , Blogger Sarah said...

It's not Picachu! That's a little yellow Japanese guy who will give you seizures.

It's Picacho Peak. 20 minutes from home, and the turn-around spot for my "freeway driving" lessons when I was 16.

At April 14, 2011 at 2:26 PM , Blogger Amanda M said...

Ahh, right. I just always said Picachu every time we drove past. Embarrassing! :)

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