Tag Archives: Tucson

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 […]