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A daily picture report from a small mountain town: its quirks, events, outback, history and architecture and whatever else catches my fancy.

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Latest Blog Posts for Walking Prescott

  • Walking no more
    on May 25, 2010
    How to say this?Julie--GrannyJ--died Monday evening in the hospital.I have been meaning to post an update for everyone about her hospital stay; she wanted me to let y'all know that she had a "shiny new toy"--aka pacemaker--and was healing up and read...
  • Pretty little plaques
    on May 9, 2010
    When my daughter was stuck with the agony of moving me & my stuff into my small ALF apartment, she made a selection of art and artifacts from the overload at the house. Among the items that made the cut were these three Mexican plaques in the cla...
  • Water for a thirsty region
    on May 6, 2010 in water
    Water is a precious commodity out here in the arid West -- one reason that these old rusty tanks in the outback are so poignant. The pair are located along the unpaved county road that parallels the Santa Maria River between US93 and the Bagdad Road...
  • Route of the painted rocks
    on May 3, 2010 in rock art
    My email brought me a new addition to the collection of big painted rocks you'll find around Yavapai County. This fellow is located somewhere in the Dells -- and I don't know if he is a casual, one-time fancy or an icon who will be renewed for decade...
  • Prescott's IOOF Cemetery
    on Apr 28, 2010 in cemeteries
    Elks. Moose. Eagles. Masons. Modern Woodmen. Knights of Pythias. Odd Fellows. Today one seldom hears mention of these fraternal orders, remnants of a different past, when many people in American towns small and large joined together voluntarily to so...
  • The old flume -- then & now
    on Apr 24, 2010 in Granite Dells water Prescott history
    Friend Andy C. sent this image of an old postcard entitled simply "an irrigation system near Prescott Arizona". He believes it is the original flume carrying water from Willow Creek in the Dells to the Bianconi Ranch. A brief history he passed along:...
  • Elderly housing notes
    on Apr 22, 2010 in senior housing
    One of the views from my window: The Bradshaw, a subsidized apartment complex for the elderly. It's about to grow to fill an empty acre or two to the rear......where a small version of those ubiquitous yellow earth moving machines was out and about r...
  • Wicker critters
    on Apr 18, 2010 in critters
    As a young girl, I wrapped myself up in the Oz books. Read and reread them. Even so, I did not really understand about the amoral sorcerer who lived in a wickerwork castle, surrounded with everything wickerwork. I guess I was too shy to ask what was...
  • The view from Bradshaw Drive
    on Apr 16, 2010 in Neighborhoods
    You would think that with all the wandering and exploring my husband and I did over our years in this area, we might have taken a look at the southeast quadrant of Prescott -- that turf south of Gurley, east of the Senator Highway. The reality is tha...
  • Art out at Acker
    on Apr 9, 2010 in murals
    The Mural Mice are at it again. This time the object of their attention is the lonely loo building out at Acker Park over at the foot of Virginia Street. The little structure is getting painted on all four sides, as a matter of fact.Subject matter: l...
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