It was sort of like walking the Las Vegas Strip, only smaller, and with live music in every venue you walked by. Only thing is, all I heard were covers. I guess I should have gone elsewhere to hear original country music. Still, it was a change of scene, and something for my husband &... Continue Reading →
We have an interesting and little-known museum in Phoenix that I recommend you check out. The place is huge, and they have fire carriages, sleds, trucks, engines, ladders, etc. from the early eighteenth century to the late twentieth.
I just got home after staying in Quebec for a week, and I encountered some words and phrases I found very funny. Here are some of my travel notes. Life is a Cabaret -- And so is a tray! When I ordered two coffees at a Starbucks, they asked me if I wanted a cabaret... Continue Reading →