spring: YouTube and Thankful Thursday - Snow in Sedona... Really? - 05/23/19 12:00 PM
Sedona Snow - May 23rd - A Record
Will This Be Our Coldest May?
There were huge flakes lasting 5 minutes. The temp was 34º a little after dawn right here in Soldiers Pass West Sedona. This is the coolest May we have seen since 2015. No other year since 2010 has had a mean temp this low.
Crazy Stats for May 2019
Some crazy stats for May - Last year on May 23rd it was 88º - This Year 42º! Last year the rain total was .31 inches - This year 2 inches of rain so far. The average temp is 7º lower … (44 comments)

spring: Happy Mother's Day from the Red Rocks of Sedona - 05/11/19 09:30 PM
Wishing All ...
Happy Mother's Day!
When I lived in Southern California I couldn't get lilacs to grow.  You need a good freeze for the plant to bloom. When you cut them back, it may take another 2 to 3 years for them to bloom.  So it is a real treat to see the gift these lilacs have provided. The aroma is just wonderful. Eventually, we will be able to make a video with that feature built in. Ha Ha! 
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"The mother's heart is the child's school-room."
Henry Ward Beecher

"To the world, you are a mother, but to your family, you are … (24 comments)

spring: March - In Like A Lion...Out Like A Lamb! - 04/01/19 07:50 PM
Top Image - Nest in a Wreath - Cottages At Coffeepot - 
Select this link for Sedona Weather Final Summary for 2018 - 312 Days of Sunshine!Sedona - Monthly Summary - Key Indices 
Sedona Weather for March 2019
The month of March mirrored the saying “March came in like a lion and went out like a lamb”. The month was not quite as warm as 2018 but it was roughly a very similar temperature pattern. However, the leaves on our Japanese Maple tree are just coming in now. Last year the leaves started coming in the third week March.
At the beginning of the month, it felt … (35 comments)

spring: Happy Sedona Spring 2019! - 03/20/19 06:40 PM
Happy Sedona Spring!
It's Here!
Finally, spring has sprung!  At least in a big part of the country.  Last year, 26 days were above 60º.  Eleven days were above 70º and one day made it to 81º.  This was actually much cooler than March of 2017.  There were 17 days above 70º in 2017.  But Mother Nature does not wait around. 
If Mother Nature has not given you the opportunity to thaw out yet, well, I hope it comes soon for you. It is nice to see all the flowers starting to bloom and the fruitless plums with their blossoms all along the SR89A which is Sedona's main … (37 comments)

spring: The Signs Of Spring in Sedona Arizona... - 03/10/19 08:15 AM
The Signs Of Sedona Arizona Spring...
Enchantment Resort
My Backyard
Spring Bulbs - Cottages At Coffeepot 
Two weeks ago - the budding bulbs were covered in many inches of snow!
and finally.... another sign of spring!
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As a Coldwell Banker Sedona Arizona REALTOR®, my primary goal is to help my customers obtain their dreams, as well as satisfy their financial goals and objectives through real estate. From the moment I am contacted, you will observe my seasoned ability to provide you with "World Class Service" and that "personal touch" while utilizing a complete package of technology options that are of the utmost importance and so … (19 comments)

spring: I Am Grateful For The Seasons of Sedona Arizona - 11/02/18 12:18 PM
Post 2: Ten Gratitude Posts - courtesy of Debbie Reynolds 
The Seasons of Sedona
 Anyone who follows me, knows that I love our weather. In Sedona, we get real change in the seasons.  As much as I love seasonal changes, I am still a lightweight when it comes to cold weather.  This is probably why I enjoy this time of year so much. Our seasons are mild and our humidity is low. It is humid air that makes warm air feel stiffling and it is moisture in the cold air that brings a chill to the bones.  We get neither of those conditions which makes me extremely grateful. … (18 comments)

spring: Silent Saturday - L'Auberge de Sedona On the Creek... - 06/16/18 05:05 PM
Eating on Oak Creek - Hmm...Not Today
Rain kept us off of Oak Creek today, but the view was still beautiful. We normally come here for a Father's Day Bruch but my son and his wife have to work so we will be "baby sitting"! 
My husband has said that there is no better gift then being with his little "Boo Boo". AKA Tristan! 
The "Silent Saturday" part of this post is standing at the edge by the creek in the rain and just watching the water flow by.... This is one more reason I live in Sedona Arizona! 
Happy Father's Day to all fathers, grand-fathers … (13 comments)

spring: Almost Wordless Wednesday - What Did Easter Bring? - 04/04/18 11:16 AM
Easter and Spring 
What It Did Bring...
A Grandson and his Easter toy...
A Bunny and her table flowers...
A Courtyard full of color...
In Northern Arizona and Sedona, this time of year there is no better weather. Mid-70ºs all week long, very little rain, allowing for abundant outdoor activities ....especially hiking. 
Another activity many people enjoy is having a bite to eat al fresco. Most of our restaurants have outdoor patios to enjoy the abundant sunshine we are blessed to have. 
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As a Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Sedona Arizona REALTOR®, my primary goal is to help my … (19 comments)

spring: Sedona Weather - A Climate Sedona Homeowners Enjoy Year Round! - 01/05/18 03:33 PM
Sedona 2017 Final Weather Stats & RecordsCourtesy of
The Sedona Weather - Year In Review...300 Days of Sunshine! 
Sedona Weather - Tracking "sunshine" as a statistic, was not easy. One has to be cognizant of the weather each and every day. To be accurate, this statistic needs to be recorded on a daily basis. My husband decided to take on this project for one year to see how accurate the claim was. Many areas that boast high tourism and lots of sunshine claim this statistic. But there was an inner curiosity to either prove or disprove the claim in Sedona. So … (14 comments)

spring: Why Do They Call It A Butterfly Bush? - 05/20/17 08:31 PM
Our Sedona Weather Affords Us A Variety Of Plants & FlowersOne of My Favorites Is The Butterfly BushIt is all part of the Sedona Life Style
The flowers come in many colors from white to dark purple.  According to the Farmer's Almanac, butterflies prefer the lavender or mauve color.  The plant is robust to zone 5. It will remain evergreen from zone 8 south.  Sedona is in zone 8b.  As you get into the canyon the weather gets colder and you will probably have to cover the plant in the winter.
The Butterfly Bush provides nectar to butterflies as well as other insects … (21 comments)

spring: Fragrance Friday! It is the Season! - 04/07/17 08:53 PM
The Farmers Almanac says that the ideal shrub has ten canes and produces the flowers at eye level.  Well I think these meet that criteria! 
We have had good rain and a decent amount of snow and I have to say that this is the most that have ever bloomed at the same time.  The bees are out and the fragrance is wonderful.  Normally, we don't see these until mid-May but they started blooming at the end of March.  
I have to admit, I will be sorry to see them go. But right now I can enjoy this once a year delight! … (28 comments)

spring: Lessons From A Tree.... - 03/12/17 08:05 AM
Almost Speechless Sunday...
Lessons From A Tree...
I have always loved taking pictures of trees. If I have a camera with me or my iPhone I will take it out when I see that perfect picture so that I can capture the essence. I found a quote that I did not know who to give credit but now I do! 
To put this picture in context.  I snapped a couple of others and posted them on a Date Night post yesterday.  You can see them here.
Lessons From A Tree...
Stand Tall & Proud
Remember Your Roots
Be Content With Your Natural Beauty
Go Out On A Limb
Drink Lots … (23 comments)

spring: Yes! Everybody's Irish for the Sedona Arizona St. Patrick's Day Parade - 03/07/17 06:05 AM
47th Annual Sedona Arizona St. Patrick's Parade & Festival
Saturday March 11, 2017ParadeStarts - 10:30 amAlong Jordan Road from Jordan Historical Park (735 Jordan Rd. Sedona AZ 86336) to Mesquite Avenue 
Grand MarshallTom O'Halleran 1st District Congressional Representative~ ~ ~
Other parade participants include dignitaries, civic, social, cultural and religious organizations.Area businesses will also participate. Parade should end by 12 Noon. 
If you are not Irish, it is a day to pretend and enjoy the festivities! Irish BlessingAs you slide down the bannister of life, may the splinters never point the wrong way!and
If you are looking for that Pot of Gold at the end of the Rainbow … (19 comments)

spring: YouTube Thursday ~ Spring - A Time For Renewal... - 03/24/16 06:55 AM
Cornville Arizona 86325
Meditation on the Equinox
It is always fun to visit with our friends who own a ranch in cornville.  This ranch has many areas you can wonder off to and be on your own.  You can relax and listen to and watch the wind chimes or you can get lost in your thoughts or meditation.  Anywhere you go on the ranch invites something different and energizing to see or do.  
The Spring Equinox is a great time to reflect on the winter months and renew your efforts for the rest of the year.  Happy Spring!

spring: Speechless Sunday ~ Butterfly and the Butterfly Bush! - 03/20/16 12:56 PM
ABOUT ME: “Many buyers and sellers are skeptical about salespeople. So am I! But, I am not a typical salesperson. I put myself in your shoes and help you make decisions based on how I would want to proceed if I were you. In other words, what steps would I take and what is right for you? How will this transaction be beneficial for you? How will it help you move forward with your goals? How can I make it as smooth and pleasant as possible? What is in your best interests as we move forward? Let’s face it, you won’t … (7 comments)

spring: Wordless Wed - Spring In Red Rock Sedona (part1) - 03/16/16 06:03 AM

Notice Anything? :-)

Yes! We do have more than just cactus!
Sedona Is In My Heart!™
ABOUT ME:  “Many buyers and sellers are skeptical about salespeople. So am I! But, I am not a typical salesperson. I put myself in your shoes and help you make decisions based on how I would want to proceed if I were you. In other words, what steps would I take and what is right for you? How will this transaction be beneficial for you? How will it help you move forward with your goals? How can I make it as smooth and pleasant as possible? What is … (10 comments)

spring: Time Elapse Photograph of 20 Foot Century Plant Growing & Blooming - 07/08/13 04:23 AM
We saw this Agave (Century plant)  starting to pop up on April 30th.  My husband decided to take a picture every day while it was going through the growth spurt through the blooming.  The growth was very obvious on a daily basis.  It was amazing to see growth of 5 to 11 inches on a daily basis. Once the Century Plant got about 10 feet tall it became more challenging to measure.  We put a ploe you use for painting and got an approximate measurement then we laid the pole on the ground and used a tape measure to get the … (1 comments)

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Sedona, AZ

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