Christmas is over. I sure hope you had a wonderful weekend. Are you still enjoying all the rich food and sweet delights? And this weekend we will say goodbye to 2021. We are hoping that 2022 sees less of Covid and more fun times with family!
There’s just something about seeing wildlife when we are out for an adventure. Here in the desert we see wild Burros quite often. They are from the Gold Rush days of years gone by.
Each of the above pictures were taken on 3 different desert rides. We enjoy seeing them. Hearing them bray gives us a smile.
I could post picture after picture of our incredible desert! But… we did have a short get away to Seattle a few weeks ago to see family.
It’s So Green!
Seattle is located in a rainforest. I’m always amazed of how green it is and how tall the trees are. Oh, and how the moss grows on everything!
The Christmas Pops was outstanding!
And right outside the Symphony Hall… Seattle had a beautiful area all lit up for Christmas!
Home Sweet Home
We had quite a bit of travel these last few months so it was nice to get back home. I was happy to recharge at home!
Here’s to a wonderful weekend ahead! Happy New Year Friends! Here’s to a fabulous 2022!
26 thoughts on “Tuesday Tidbits #159 A New Year Awaits”
Happy New Year 🎊🎉
Wonderful photos. I love the blue skies and road towards the mountains, and I always love the moss and ferns of the Seattle area. Happy 2022!
Thank you Judy! I look forward to your warmer days ahead!
Happy New Year! 🎉
Merry and Happy to you two, Nance! I had no idea that you were among burros in the wild out there. They are an amazing sight. Thanks for that great share here.
Yes they are always so fun to see. They will stop and look and stare at us. Just like we do at them.
Happy 2022! 🎉
Happy healthy 2022….love you sweet sister and sweet man.
Hope you have a wonderful New Year!
Thank you Dorothy… same to you my friend!
Let’s hope for a good year all around!
Oh the burros are so cute! I love seeing your beautiful desert photos, and your trip to Seattle highlighted by a visit to the Symphony was a wonderful holiday treat! I love the Santa hats on your cactus 🙂 I’m looking forward to a quiet week after all the holiday fun! Enjoy being home sweet home!
Oh Jenna… as I get older, Home Sweet Home feels better and better!
And those wild Burros are so darn cute. And when you get to see a baby… it’s even better!
What a lovely post. The Arizona desert is so beautiful and there are so many eco-zones you can experience. Gold Rush donkeys are adorable. The Christmas pops had a beautiful setting. Home sweet home. Nothing is better than home. Happy New Year!
Tim you said it all so perfectly!
Thank you for your visits and enjoying what you see.
Fantastic pictures, Nancy. 🙂 Thanks for showing them.
Here, we had a very quiet Christmas, with just the two of us. We don’t dare (yet) to go to any concert or theatre. We do go to the coast sometimes, though, or to parks nearby.
Alle the best for th enew year to you and yours,
I’m glad you enjoyed the photos, Pit!
Happy New Year, Nancy!
And the same to you Chris! Here’s to 2022!
Christmas was pretty low key thanks to covid hitting kids a couple of days before. Let’s’ hope for a better 2022.
Covid has hit lots of families. I am so sorry it hit yours as well.
Sending hugs to you!
The burros are so cute! Your desert photos are always breathtaking, I so enjoy when you share them. Butch and I visited Seattle in 2016 and enjoyed it immensely. Enjoy being home, my friend♥️
I am getting recharged, thank you!
And I’m so glad you enjoy the desert pictures. And the Burros too.
🎉Happy New Year my friend!🎉
All of your pictures are lovely, but I am jealous of your burros. I love burros, and the babies are so cute! Happy New Year, Nancy!
Thank you! We love our wild Burros. And Happy New Year to you as well! 🎉