Scratched the last post. Thought I did a poor job knowing how most of you feel about IPad "Art."
I do get carried away doodling with glitzy new technologies. I like to see if they're useful. The iPad art apparently are for working out possible problems. Meanwhile:
These photos are my last shots of the outstanding gardens that weave through this property that has two hotel towers and a casino with five or six restaurants. The architectural designer I used to be was fascinated with the layout and the skill that went into the project. But We're headed home this morning.
While most people returning to sixty degree highs would have spent their last day at the pool enjoying the warmth, we headed to Henderson, forty minutes from Summerlin and an hour from the Vegas strip. We looked at properties at a retirement community we learned about from a gal we met in Mexico. It was very impressive. One of the houses had a seperate casita, little house, perfect for studio space away from the main living spaces. But are we serious about relocating? I don't know. The realty agent said their sales climb during our winter months, but fall during our summer months. People miss the kids. Then talk about a dry climate. Desert living is a whole new world that would be a huge adjustment. For now, we'll think of it in the comfort of Michigan' four distinct seasons.