5/4/15 Monday in Cottonwood, AZ (Verde Valley-TT)
Cloudy day with light rain. I got some basic housecleaning done. Next it was time to make reservations/changes calls to various campgrounds. Then our next door neighbor left so I took this opportunity to clean our windows, inside and out. Then I realized it wasn’t so hard to also clean (wipe with vinegar/water soaked rag on mop head) and dry (towel on same mop head) our dirty passenger side of the rig. What a difference. The windows are so clear now! Then to writing/posting the blog. Meanwhile John checked things out on his lap top.
Since the rain could ruin any hikes we took, we chose to explore Tlaquepaque, the place we tried to see over a week ago that just was too crowded and rained on. Luckily no crowds today and only momentary light visits of rain. The shops were all undercover but you did need to walk outside at times to get from one to the other. They are lovely shops in a wonderful setting. Galleries, Ice Cream/Chocolate, Restaurants as well as Boutiques and of course, Arts and Crafts.
First, views on our way to West Sedona, Red Rock Country:
Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts
If you love shopping (window or real), you would love this place!
I cooked Marsala Chicken for supper, something we haven’t had for ages. Delicious. Then an evening of Dancing With The Stars. That is another treat, visually, musically and emotionally. We got pretty excited watching most of those dances!