Saturday Snapshot – May 18, 2019

I feel like I’ve written this post many, many times before.  Heck, this isn’t even the first time I’ve written this post this year!  But, if it ain’t broke…

Anyway, we’re still in my “Spring Break 2019 series” and, today, we are back–once again–to Saguaro National Park, Rincon Mountain District.  When I posted about our first visit this year in January, I bemoaned the Government shutdown and had very few pictures of the kids.  This time, the visitors center and bathrooms were open and the trash had been picked up and I have plenty of pictures of the kids.  This is not because the kids were that excited about visiting for the umpteenth time, but because we bribed them with swimming later in the day if they cooperated.  We are, after all, parents of the year.

 

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Before I get to the linky, I wanted to share my new Facebook home.  I had a FB page for my old site, but FB wouldn’t let me change the name to match this blog.  So, I had to create a new one, which you can find here.  You can also follow me on Twitter and Instagram.

 

2 thoughts on “Saturday Snapshot – May 18, 2019

  1. What a beautiful place! I really want to visit. All I have seen of AZ is the north rim of the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam!

    Great photos – looks like you had some blooms for your visit. Thanks for sharing and for hosting the linkup –

    Sue

    Book By Book

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    1. I haven’t been to the Grand Canyon since I was a kid. My husband and I keep saying we should take the kids, but it’s about a 7 hour drive each way from my Dad’s place, so it hasn’t happened yet.

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