We have moved into our new house. The move has been fraught with obstacles and we still have literally hundreds of boxes to unpack, but we are glad to be here. Here’s a reason why:
That’s a view from the deck off the second story of our house from this morning. We are living in the Carefree/Cave Creek/North Scottsdale section of the Phoenix metro area. Yes, that is in Arizona.
We took a drive on Carefree Highway for at least 20 miles in each direction one day last week and were simply in awe of the scenery. West of I-17 there is basically no development and the landscape is probably very similar in appearance to how it looked 500 years ago.
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Oh…not only did October have the highest number of unique visitors in a month in the history of this blog, but it also ended up with the most number of blog views despite my not posting for the last three days of the month. Thanks for reading and please tell your friends.
This past Saturday my wonderful wife and I attended a local car show. While we were almost overwhelmed by the quality and quantity of the cars–I have never seen so many Ferraris in one place–we were very disappointed that almost no one was wearing a mask. Yes, the event was outdoors and held in the large parking area of a retail center, but I think people just don’t realize how contagious this damn virus is. Although this news about efficacy of a vaccine is potentially a game-changer, it’s not here yet.
Anyway…here are some pictures from the show:
OK, from the top: a Jensen Healey, a Ferrari 330, a current generation Ford GT and three C2 Corvettes. Thanks to our friend Bob who tipped us off to this show AND for storing our Corvettes in his garage for the last few days. The cars arrived way ahead of our furniture and even ahead of the closing on the purchase of our “new” house. I put quotation marks around the word new because the house is new to us, but not new. A new house with the size, number of bedrooms and view that we wanted would have been hundreds of thousands of dollars more than we paid. In this market, newer homes are valued far more than older homes.
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