My work sent me out of town for a night this week to the lovely town of Safford. I checked every hotel in a 30 mile radius and none had a single room so I checked the local bed and breakfasts and found the cutest only house to stay in. If you are ever in Safford, I highly recommend staying in the Olney House in downtown. It was so much fun to stay at. Have a look (http://www.olneyhouse.com/). I stayed in the fireplace room in the main house. I wanted to go explore the city but I was so tired that I fell asleep and never made it. I guess being tired was expected since I had to get up at 2:30 in the morning to make it out to Safford on time (6:00 a.m.). Ah, the joys of travelling for your job. I do have to go back for another day next week but I probably just drive out and back in one day rather than staying overnight.
I also took some pictures of the railroad that goes through the area just for fun. I like the look of old railroads with sepia tones. It makes it look antique.
Sunday, September 7, 2008
Friday, September 5, 2008
My nephew Max has always know his dad as a Mr. Clean look-alike. Last weekend when we went out to breakfast Max decided that it was time that he have a new do. Gathering supplies (i.e., pipe cleaners he found on the ground). This is the brilliant result. I think he has potential as a real hairdresser as long as he can get his models to make poses like Ty's!