Seems like every time I walk through my front or patio door these days, I find myself immersed in spider webs.
September — the golden month! Days grow shorter, temperatures cool, afternoon showers are no longer a daily event, and gardens and orchards still yield fresh fruit and vegetables.
If it seems a little crowded in Payson lately, it may be because August is the month chosen most frequently for vacations in the United States. With temperatures at triple digits in the Valley of the Sun, it is no wonder folks head north to Rim Country.
“Summer is not done yet,” August declares, as the thermometer sizzles and the Arizona sun outdoes itself.
Midsummer — and the livin’ is easy, especially if you have a functioning air conditioner!
Happy Second of July!
Sunday, June 21 is Father’s Day, a time for honoring and celebrating fatherhood and the influence of fathers in society.
Welcome, June! What’s not to like about this delightful month?
Our days are growing longer! No more getting up in the dark and cold.
I’ve lived in Payson for nearly 17 years, yet I still am surprised at all that goes on around town.