Today in three photos

In honor of the new Pope, we bicycled to the San Xavier Mission in Tucson.  A group of schoolkids was sitting outside with sketchbooks.  There may have been a Gaudi, Pei, or Gehry among them, as well as a Picasso or Dali as well.  (actually, the ride had nothing to do with the new Pope)

In honor of the new Pope, we bicycled to the San Xavier Mission in Tucson. A group of schoolkids was sitting outside with sketchbooks. There may have been a Gaudi, Pei, or Gehry among them, as well as a Picasso or Dali as well. (actually, the ride had nothing to do with the new Pope)

John decided to have Indian fry bread with frijoles as a snack at the Mission.  (Not the best bike snack as we learned....)

John decided to have Indian fry bread with frijoles as a snack at the Mission. (Perhaps not his best choice for a mid-ride bike snack as we learned….)

By 1pm, it was just over 90 degrees outside (in the shade). Do you have any idea how hot that makes it inside a trailer?

By 1pm, it was just over 90 degrees outside (in the shade). Do you have any idea how hot that makes it inside a trailer?  Help!!! I’m melting….

6 thoughts on “Today in three photos

  1. The kids’ colorful clothes in front of the white mission makes it almost look like it was posed!

    Frijoles and frybread… teehee.

    Tomorrow we are FINALLY getting up to 70. I was wondering if it was ever going to happen this year!

    I do feel for you in your trailer in that heat!

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  2. That first picture of the mission caught me off guard. At first very quick glance I thought it was Muslims at prayer in front of a Mosque. I wondered how you got to the Mideast. Then I actually looked at it. Such beauty and such HEAT. Please bring it back with you. I’m frozen.

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    • It was so hot out in the plaza near the Mission – guess all the native AZ are used to it. The kids were unfazed by the temps. We guzzle water & seek shade always. By the time we get home, you’ll have plenty of heat without us bringing any with….

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