In Guad We Trust (#325)

The several days since Christmas have taken me out of Texas where, near El Paso, a parting sign said, Reduced Speed Ahead – 75 – !  That was down from 80.  It made me laugh to think of that as reduced speed.

In Deming, New Mexico I found the St. Clair Winery which has a cozy little tasting room, some very knowledgeable people on staff and wonderful wine.   The Summer Peach and Chocolate D’Vine are very good wine choices.

Along Arizona 85 south I passed through the Chiricahua Mountains where in 1886 the great Apache chief Geronimo surrendered his freedom to the US Army.

From there I made a detour to Bisbee, Arizona to buy some wonderful Wild Yeast Sourdough bread from the Guadalupe Baking Company.   The company’s motto is “In Guad We Trust”  which honors Our Lady of Guadalupe.  The bread, baked daily by owner/baker Juliette is wondrous and truly worth the trip.

The next day I was at El Dorado Hot Springs in Tonopah, Arizona for an overnight stay and a natural hot springs soak.  Then on to Quartzsite, Arizona to visit with dear friends from my past winters there.

Following are some images taken from my travels.

The Chiricahua Mountains in Arizona

The Chiricahua Mountains in Arizona

 

Sourdough Bread Breakfast

Sourdough Bread For Breakfast

 

Our Lady of Guadalupe

Our Lady of Guadalupe

 

 Restroom at El Dorado

Quaint Restroom at El Dorado Hot Springs

 

Evening Campfire

Evening Campfire

Blessings to everyone for a new year of good health and great joy!

Ever Grateful,

Annie

 

 

 

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I was born under a wandering star.... living in my Tin Can Cottage, traveling the country, explorer /adventurer, photographer, writer, chi energist, lifelong learner, massage therapist, past teacher & counselor, present work camper & volunteer. Grateful for the freedom to do it all. Enjoying life's ultimate lessons of trust, respect, and grace. Welcome, Friends!
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27 Responses to In Guad We Trust (#325)

  1. frizztext says:

    hi Annie,
    I always enjoy your humorous travel diary
    never a spelling mistake,
    in God we trust!
    “The company’s motto is
    “In Guad We Trust”
    which honors Our Lady of Guadalupe.
    The bread, baked daily by owner/baker
    Juliette is wondrous and truly worth the trip…”
    I’ll follow your blog
    2014 too of course,,,

  2. Leya says:

    I wish you continuously good travel! Many things you see and learn – looking forward to more adventures!

  3. Patti Kuche says:

    That evening campfire looks so good at the end of the day, and such an interesting day! Safe travels as ever Annie and so many best wishes for more wonderful miles on the 2014 clock!

  4. nomaggsrush says:

    That campfire and the eats (and drink) looks good! Happy New Year Annie!

  5. Bill and Carol says:

    Hey, Annie. Two years ago I didn’t think we would ever wax nostalgic about Quartzsite but right now we wish we were there with you. Would like to run a load of laundry and eat breakfast while it was in the dryer. Even the big tent sounds like fun. Wonder if the book seller is wearing clothes. If you run into Richard tell him “hello” from both of us. Safe travels and Happy New Year to you and yours!

  6. Sher says:

    Interesting glass “Clover Hill” at the camp fire. Brings back wonderful road trip memories! Safe journey Anne. Miss you. Happy New Year

  7. Paula says:

    Keep safe dear Annie. Thank you for your wishes. I wish you to be safe and happy in 2014.

  8. Safe travels Annie! I would have stopped to take a picture of that quaint restroom too. :)

  9. jakesprinter says:

    Awesome post Annie , Happy 2014 my friend :)

  10. Teresa says:

    Happy trails to you Annie in 2014.

  11. Oh dear…you lucky lucky girl. You visited another winery? Wish I was there☺ The summer peach sounds heavenly.

  12. And it tastes heavenly. If you are ever in Deming, New Mexico just go and check out the St. Clair Winery!

  13. Connie T says:

    The winery sounds like a good place to go. I have been to Quartzsite. There isn’t much there.

  14. Sun says:

    a campfire, wine, delicious fresh bread alongside Our Lady…exquisite moment, Annie. love, LOVE, love it!! ♥

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