After our wonderful cruise, it was back to the RV park in Prescott for a few more days. As I mentioned before, it is located right in the middle Prescott's Granite Dells. This is the view out my window.
We had flown out of Phoenix on our way to Tahiti, and while there I was able to see what happens to saguaro blooms after they are done blooming.
The seed pod is bright red (!) and the birds just love them.
Back in Prescott, I have a new friend, who likes to hide under my black water tank.
And this pair of house finches liked the drippy faucet next door.
We frequented the local Moose lodge for weekly dance lessons, and dancing and food on Friday nights. All the Moose lodges have moose heads, but this was the biggest one I've ever seen.
On the Fourth of July, we heard that you could see the fireworks by climbing the rock hill behind us. So at twilight, we went scouting.
Here's Phil trying to figure out which direction the fireworks will be.
It turned out to be a great spot. The "fireworks" setting on my Canon camera worked perfectly. I think I must be the very last blogger to report on the Fourth!