Here some images of the park we are staying in to give you a feel for where we're currently calling home.
|Our new digs|
|My new bird feeding station|
The front entrance greets you with the water fountains, a new addition in the last time I was here.
My favorite spot, of course, is the pickleball courts. They have added the bleachers and shade covers since my last visit. There's a bulletin board and clock, the only thing missing would be a porta-potty.....after all, we are old people.
The pool is always nice, and I need to get in here for the water volleyball one of these days.
The dog park is huge with different times for small dogs and big dogs.
No dogs are allowed to be walked within the park, so there is always a clever arrangement of getting the dogs to the park to go potty. I had planned to walk Gracie here and start a mutiny, but the rules now say "pets" instead of dogs. Rats.
|big dog on the bottom, tiny dog on the top...works well for everyone|
They have a lunch each day at the patio by the poolside.
There are so many activities here, it would be hard to ever find yourself bored. There's rooms for music, choir, computer lab, lapidary, crafts, sewing and probably some I've forgotten already. Here is the sewing room. I remember having my roll of batting hanging from the ceiling in my old studio.
They also have tennis courts and shuffle board.
It's always fun to walk around and see how people have decorated their homes.
And last of all, there's the cactus - I love the saguaro the most and there are a lot of them here in the park.
Long Live the Queen of Carriage Manor