11. Organic, local, grass-fed, and free-range 

So food in San Francisco isn't cheap, but definitely reflects the city's ethics-- the lifestyle represents sustainability, conscious  and responsible consumption, and environmental awareness.  Eggs? $6.99 a dozen.  Whole wheat bread locally made, $6.00 a loaf.  Chicken? $24 for six boneless breasts. Coffee is always fair trade, so a cup here is far more expensive … Continue reading 11. Organic, local, grass-fed, and free-range 

9. On to our destination- San Francisco!

Today we are heading to San Francisco via route 40, which actually follows the old Route 66-- Kingman, Barstow, San Bernadino-- we are singing along with Manhattan Transfer! 🎼 Here it's 53 and sunny-- when we left Sedona it was 29 degrees. Entering the Mojave Desert, we see all brown and low hills. Thanks to … Continue reading 9. On to our destination- San Francisco!

8. Sedona: sunny with snow-capped Red Rocks

Paul and Sue drove us to every gorgeous spot in Sedona. All of the red rock formations have names: coffee pot rock, elephant rock, courthouse butte, cathedral rock, bell rock-- descriptive of the shape of each one. On this day it was particularly special because they were topped with a powder-sugar looking coating after the … Continue reading 8. Sedona: sunny with snow-capped Red Rocks