World’s Largest Skydiving Center

Who knew that Eloy, AZ would have a very large skydiving center? This location has places to stay, a restaurant, shops, training centers, packing locations, and a very large vertical wind tunnel. Skydivers world-wide come to Eloy to train and practice in the great weather here. Turns out that the locals go with lawn chairs … Continue reading World’s Largest Skydiving Center

The Civil War in Arizona?

One of the many advantages of full timing is that you are constantly learning, exploring, and discovering new places.  David and I went to Picacho Peak State Park the other day.  It’s been a while since we have been hiking so we thought we would tackle a couple of trails there. It’s only about 20 … Continue reading The Civil War in Arizona?

Western Spirit found in Scottsdale

We were able to get an appointment to have the battery replaced in Celia’s iPhone but the only location that had the part that we needed was in North Scottsdale.  After confirming that they actually had the battery we set off on our journey to have this done.  (The Apple Store in North Scottsdale is … Continue reading Western Spirit found in Scottsdale

Heard Museum – Phoenix, AZ

The mission of the Heard Museum is to be the world’s preeminent museum for the presentation, interpretation and advancement of American Indian art, emphasizing its intersection with broader artistic and cultural themes. – What turned out to be a wonderful visit was our journey to the Heard Museum in Phoenix. The museum has a … Continue reading Heard Museum – Phoenix, AZ

You’ve Got Mail!

By far the most frequent question we received during our Christmas trip back East was “How do you get mail?” Fortunately that has been one of the easier parts of being a nomad. In spite of the fact that some people assume that is impossible for us to receive mail, it is quite easy. Before … Continue reading You’ve Got Mail!