I remembered a store in Tubac with very unique furniture, so we decided to take the short trip to look for a credenza we could use as an entertainment center in our living room. After arriving in Tubac, we soon realized the town was pretty much shut for summer. The snowbirds fly home and areas in the desert that rely on that population or tourists for business suffer in the hot months. Shops either close for the season or open on a summer schedule which evidently doesn't include Sunday. La Cucaracha, the shop we came to see, was cerrado. Oops!
Not only were the shops shut, my camera's battery died after the first few photos. I used my trusty cellphone, always with me, to take the rest of the photos. There's a reason they invented Instagram for editing cellphone pics. It hides how bad the shots truly are!
Next trip I promise to pack a charged camera. We head back to the Phoenix area tomorrow. It's a momentous occasion! The crown for my dental implant is ready to install. Hopefully, this will be the final solution for a frustrating and rather expensive journey that started back in November 2011 in Mexico.
On a happy note, I found a cool pair of earrings in Tubac today to replace my misplaced jewelry. I'm feeling rather discombobulated. During the move, bags were divided into two categories -- rental and storage. Somehow in the pandemonium, the jewelry I'd packed for the next month ended up somewhere else. I'm hoping it turns up when the pods are unloaded. Oh well -- it's just stuff!