What to do this summer?
Every family typically takes some summertime vacation to the beach or anyplace out of town, but as this year continues to get more complicated, the options of those luxuries unfortunately become less and less.
This year Rob and Leslie decided to do the nature route and go to Flagstaff and have a look around. They stayed in a quaint B&B just a few blocks north of Downtown Flagstaff. While many activities were closed and restaurants had seating at 50% they had to be a little more open to trying new things. They went hiking along the Buffalo Trail and then ventured to Walnut Canyon where an ancient Native American Civilization from 1200 A.D. lived. The hike was exhilarating! The views were outstanding! An easy 3.5 hours of road trip and full day of hiking and wandering really made their day.
This pandemic can hold you hostage or it can open your mind to try and enjoy new things. Make it a point to make the most of this time and venture off and see the beauty of Northern Arizona and Southern Arizona. There are so many creative things we can do to get out and about while staying safe! It is a matter of perspective. Do you want to just live life or enjoy the one life you have? Choose life and experience something different and new every day.
We at SERVPRO of Northeast Tucson and Oro Valley Marana East wish you a safe rest of the summer!!!