Tuesday, April 17, 2018

New exhibit of Cowgirl Art at Tubac Presidio

These were amazing Women of the West. Interesting new exhibit at Tubac Presidio.

She is controlling the animal by pulling up his upper lip and pulling on his ear!
Dorothy Morrell on PINTO PETE

Tubac Presidio another highlight on Historical League trip

Ruth Ann Hogan and Zona Lorig read the Presidio history

Nancy Evans with Ocotillo fencing

Claire Nullmeyer with St Francis Xaviar

Carolyn Mendoza with "the Jackass Mail Ambulance"

Tubac Presidio: Such history here amongst the flowers and herbs growing in the pots. Park Director Shannon Stone told us the fascinating stories behind this State Historic Park. Tastes & Treasures II cookbook is now on the shelves to add to those stories.

New exhibit featuring Cowgirls

Tastes & Treasures now at Santa Cruz Chili and Spice Co.

The aroma of spices fills the air as you walk into this amazing shop. Tastes & Treasures II is now sharing space on the shelves with these wonderful scents. You can find so many wonderful ingredients for recipes in our Tastes & Treasures II cookbook.

So glad we got to visit Jean England Neubauer at Santa Cruz Chili and Spice Co. in Tumacacori, AZ. She stayed open just for us!

Jean's parents have deep roots in the southwest with ranching, Hollywood films and saddle-making (McClellan saddle popular with the US Army.)

Historical League tours are amazing . . . we discover so much and learn history of the Southwest.