In 2012, on the plains of Northern Arizona, two families joined forces and began the trials and tribulations of building a small family farm with nothing in the bank but love.
|A site on the way into Tonto Basin|
I should've renamed this blog Tonto Thursday for the winter. Frank and I spend more time at the RV than the farm. But the grass is growing now, the garlic needs more weed attention, and there will be clean up to start on soon, so we may find ourselves heading to Tortuga Flats more often. Late May or early June, we'll move the RV back to the farm. It gets hotter here so we may be ready to bail. But right now, spring is unfolding and we have warm days and cool nights. Love it.
For now, we're living like retired people (not me really because of writing but no one but me sees that as a
|A local hangout next to Lazy JR|
|Have to ford the river to get across|
|Tree along Tonto Creek|
By choosing a park that has three lakes close by, lots of hiking opportunities, and a fun group of people, we spend next to nothing for
|Water provides entertainment|