Watching The Mountains Wear Away   1 comment

When we moved to Tucson, June 2010, no one knew how much time we would spend here, not even Joy and me. We thought we would give it five years, then reassess, and here we are eleven plus years out. Each moment continues to make the day. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being

Italian SpringsSunset Over The Santa Catalina Mountains Viewed from The Rincon Mountains — Image by kenne

  Time in Tucson

We’re gonna spend some time in Tucson.
Watch the mountains wear away.
Gonna spend some time in Tucson,
Where the moment makes the day.

We’ll eat the sunrise for breakfast,
Have blue skies for lunch.
For dinner, ponder on a falling star,
Least, that’s our hunch.

We hear a song from The Old Pueblo,
Calling out our name to dance,
We’ve got to leave for Tucson,
While we’ve got the chance.

Gonna spend some time in Tucson.
Watch the mountains wear away.
Gonna spend some time in Tucson,
Where the moment makes the day.

— Dave Pierce

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Posted December 28, 2021 by kenneturner in Information

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