This is a must see for anyone who has ever daydreamed in miniature, had fantasies of what it would be like if they could fit inside a dollhouse, or marveled, "How'd they do that?" Spent a couple of hours there with a visiting friend and was absolutely fascinated by the whimsical, technical details, historical correctness, and just plain charm of the various exhibits of dolls houses, roomboxes and fantasyland miniatures. My only complaint? More seating throughout the building for my weary feet and sore joints from bending and stooping to see all there was to see! Commit yourself to multiple visits!
I can't wait to read the rest. Not only a personal story, but the background of life in the Old Pueblo decades ago is fascinating.
I spend a lot more time at Caffe Torino with clients for breakfast and/or lunch with friends and family. There are always good - and even though I go less often for dinner, it will be nice to have them have a bigger potential clientele in the foothills. Good food, definitely.
There WAS a Popeye's off Shannon and Thornydale...maybe the NW people aren't as "spicy."
"Jan Brewer!" LOL! HAHAHAHAHA! Now I see the resemblance! Probably quacks about the same or does it cackle???
Congratulations to Isabella's Ice Cream! Great idea and how empowering to do as much as you can to be sustainable. Much success in your future expansions.
I wonder if I could sue the state for turning Arizona into such a non-tourist destination, that the future sale of my home (which is greatly devalued due to the housing bust) to a potential snowbird is affected?
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