From March to May, Arizona to Cancun to Fort Bragg, California
As much as I would like to stay up on my blogging, life just gets in the way.
Or, maybe it's the traveling!! We do love to travel!
We headed east to El Mirage, Arizona, for the month of March for Baseball Spring Training.
Once again, we stayed at the Pueblo El Mirage Resort. Family and friends joined us there. We went to many baseball games,
played some golf
(I made a couple of pars, otherwise my game consisted of a lot of practice hitting at each hole!),
and enjoyed beautiful sunsets over the desert. It was a wonderfully relaxing month.
We attended 2-3 baseball games each week. Our goal was to visit all the spring training baseball parks in the greater Phoenix area. We almost hit every one of them! (Next year we will!) Of course,
we went to several games at the Peoria Sports Complex, since it is the spring training home for the San Diego Padres (and the Seattle Mariners).
We also visited the newest "state of the art" baseball park, Salt River Fields (spring training home to the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies), where we saw one of the World Baseball Classic games, between Mexico and Italy.
Here's some more pictures from spring training!
The last week of April, we spent a relaxing week in Cancun. This time we stayed at THE Royal in Cancun, a gorgeous all-inclusive resort, not far from the resort we stayed at last year.
We stayed in a Royal Junior Suite with this spectacular oceanview (with a jacuzzi tub in it) and went to sleep each night to the soothing sound of the ocean waves.
More Cancun pictures here.
In mid-May, we headed to Fort Bragg on the rocky northern California coastline in our RV. On our drive north we stayed a night at the beautiful Jaxon Keys Winery thanks to our Harvest Hosts club.
Pomo Campground, AB diving, campfires, and more with our bestest friends, Lynn and Rick. Our daughters, Emily and Nicole and their families joined us once again.
It was so fun watching the little ones playing together,
reminding the grandparents of days gone by when our children did the same.
Love this new family tradition!