Tag Archives: Tucson barrio

Picture It – The dream house #mfrwauthor #PictureIt

Picture It – our old house Here’s an oldie — my mother holding our second-born son in front of our old house in B.C. That place was pretty much our dream home. Still would be, maybe, if it were 300 miles or so closer to civilization.

Picture It – Twiggles the Dog #mfrwauthor #PictureIt

Picture It – Twiggles the Dog Judi and I have heard that black dogs in shelters have a hard time getting adopted in this modern era, partly because they don’t photograph as well. The surplus of poor black rescue dogs is one reason we deliberately chose our tailless schnoodle — schnauzer/poodle mix. Getting a decent […]


Picture It – historic root beer #mfrwauthor #PictureIt

Picture It – A history lesson Tucson, Arizona is one of the oldest continuously inhabited towns in the United States — since about 1300. What was life like in the desert, 700 years ago? For one thing, root beer was really cheap: This sign was uncovered while refinishing a dwelling in the Barrio, the oldest […]

Picture It — The barrio #mfrwauthor #PictureIt

Picture It I’ve decided to try to start a Thursday feature on my blog — a feature that requires little writing, hence time. Each Thursday I’ll post a photograph I’ve taken. I find these photos interesting and hopefully some of you will, too. This picture of a church was taken in the old part of […]