‘Beach Girl’ Falls In Love With Christopher Creek


Hello again, fellow Creekers.

This has got to be one of the weirdest winters in Christopher Creek’s history.

First, winter starts incredibly late, then we get blasted with (a probable record-breaking cold) storm, and now it’s been just absolutely beautiful outside.

One question though, where is the snow?

Is it coming? This has been one extreme winter season.

OK, enough about that. It’s time for another installment of my “Better Know Your Neighbor” series.

This week it is my pleasure to introduce or reintroduce everyone to someone you may have likely already spoken with or met. Her name is Linda Digman and she is the administrative assistant over at our very own Christopher-Kohl’s Fire Department (you know the one who likely picks up the phone when you call). She is originally from Southern California.

She said “I’m just a beach girl.” She then lived in the Valley for 10 years and just hated the heat. She used to come up camping every weekend she got a chance eventually buying a lot in Tonto Village and building it up. Originally it was going to be for just a weekend getaway, but that quickly changed to her permanent residence. She simply “fell in love with the area.”

She has been here now for 12 years. If she wasn’t here she’d likely be on a beach with a margarita in her hands. Her favorite hobby is playing with her two dogs. Teddy is a pom-poo and Lacy is a papillon. She says “they are my favorite people.” Her favorite things about Christopher Creek are the pine trees, the cool weather and the people. She says that she has been really lucky to have such terrific neighbors.

As always, I do need your help with content and stories! For anyone wanting to submit information from the Christopher Creek area for inclusion in our weekly article, please e-mail me at: info@christophercreeklodge.com. Any submitted pictures must be full-size (typically around 1MB per picture). The cutoff time for inclusion in Friday’s article is close of business on Monday.

Thanks again for reading the column.


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