The weather these past couple of weeks in Tucson has been sunny and around 75 degrees almost everyday. I often find myself in a frantic panic when I realize that in a couple of months, the weather will return to the mid-90-degree dry-heat that I've grown about as accustomed to as any Tucson native can.
So, to calm myself down from these weather related mini-freak-outs, I ask myself: How can I take full advantage of the weather conditions that hundreds of snowbirds come here to enjoy? About a week ago I took a day trip to one of Tucson's gems: The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. I am always blown away by the many facets the I seem to forget the museum has to offer and it is always such a treat to get out to the west side of Tucson. So, while the weather is not only bearable but more importantly beautiful in Tucson, I suggest you head out to the good ol' Desert Museum. And while I evade my next weather-related freak-out by finding some other weather-specific Tucson oddity to enjoy, here are some pictures to enjoy from my visit.
The Tucson Symphony Orchestra with guest-conductor Keitaro Harada, the TSO Chorus, the Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus, the… More