This morning, M had his entrance exam for next year’s high school. It sounds like his studying paid off!
I went for a ride around Mummy Mountain today, poking up into ritzy neighborhoods built into the mountain:
Tomorrow we will head back out on the road!
Today B went in for her school interview and placement exams. We did homeschool in the mid-80s that have become standard for our desert southwest winters. Here’s the view as M and I walked to synagogue this afternoon:
Shabbos in Phoenix was warm and busy. We checked out three different synagogues and made some new friends.
Today I stayed home with the kids and did homeschool while Trish did the laundry. After she got back, we drove around the neighborhood to get a feel for where we might be moving to come the fall.
Towards sunset, we drove the fifteen minutes to relocate to the Scottsdale driveway of our friends Barak and Shoshana:
I got up early this morning in hopes of flying. The low pressure has yet to work itself out of the area, but I was treated to an amazing pre-sunrise:
We hitched up the RV, said goodbye to our fellow pilots, and drove north to Phoenix where we will be spending Shabbos in this synagogue parking lot, visiting what may be our future neighborhood:
Good Shabbos from Phoenix, Arizona! See the trip map for today’s drive and our current location.
The low pressure front that made last night’s flying unpleasant moved in today in earnest, blowing too hard to fly. After homeschool, M built a Lego rubber band gun:
Despite bumpy conditions, a tandem PPG launched. Watching the wing jerk around up there, I was glad I decided not to fly:
We were treated to a nice sunset: