This week’s E-Staycation will take you to The Arboretum at Flagstaff, Arizona.
The arboretum is a very relaxing place to visit. It’s nestled in the forest and has about 2,500 species of plants, a small pond, a greenhouse and lots of easy trails. There are several picnic tables for a relaxing lunch too. You will also find a nice little gift shop and museum.
You could easily spend several hours here walking, relaxing and taking photographs.
Depending on the time of year, you will see flowers, butterflies, leaves changing color, animals and more.
I know how hard it is to find toilet paper and paper towels, so I decided to create a self-help video. I enlisted the services of the three most intelligent and creative people on the planet, that is, me, myself and I.
As for my budget, I used every cent that I found in the couch, and the couch at the office.
So without further ado, check out my video, “The Great Toilet Paper Hunt.”
Have Fun, Jeff
April 21, 2020
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This week’s E-Staycation will take you to The Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona.
If you like ancient history, geology and dinosaurs, then the Petrified Forest is for you. It contains plant and animal fossils from the late Triassic period, about 200,000,000 years ago. Besides the many trails and Native American ruins and petroglyphs, there’s a nice museum and gift shop. And you’re also next to the Painted Desert, so you get two great adventures at once.
Head on over and enjoy experiencing the ancient, primordial Earth.
This photo was taken in uptown Sedona, Arizona. It shows
clouds, the moon and the Aspen Glow on the Red Rocks. The light has to be just
right to get the Aspen Glow. It doesn’t happen often, but it’s amazing when it