When Life In PebbleCreek is Not Perfect

By |September 4th, 2020|

For most, the move to PebbleCreek is all about exciting life changes – meeting new people, developing long delayed interests, challenging assumptions about what retirement looks like.

Over and over again, the PebbleCreek Active Adult experience meets those expectations – and often exceeds them. One need only look at our continued growth and […]

Covid Get Away: Sedona!

By |August 11th, 2020|

After MONTHS of covid lockdown, it was definitely time to try something new. I wasn’t interested in a LONG car ride or a crowded flight – and I only had two days to play with. Plus, I needed to find something that would actually be open and relatively virus neutral.

Enter kayaking. […]

Viewing Property in PebbleCreek During the Pandemic

By |May 3rd, 2020|

Showing homes to visitors is one of the best parts of my job. I LOVE taking folks around PebbleCreek, showing them homes and introducing them to our community.

So, it is not without some sadness that I am realizing how much the home showing experience here – at least in the near term – […]

Spring Spirit in PebbleCreek

By |April 13th, 2020|

Yes, as I write this, PebbleCreek is feeling the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic. Not gonna lie about that. Our HOA facilities, including pools, gyms, game courts, libraries – pretty much everything is closed.

And yet. For the last month or so, and perhaps most especially while […]

Social Distancing in PebbleCreek

By |March 16th, 2020|

With the entire world, PebbleCreek is responding to the corona virus outbreak. Our restaurants are open for take out only. Events have been cancelled and residents are re-evaluating every routine of daily life.

If you are reading this during the outbreak, no matter where you live, I imagine that sounds familiar.

And […]

PebbleCreek – The Updates

By |February 28th, 2020|

If you follow this blog, you know I don’t let FOUR MONTHS go by without a post. Let’s just say that my recent hosting conversion did not go well and some content was lost.

So, I am bummed about that. But we shall carry on.

One of the lost […]

Leaving the Snow Behind

By |October 30th, 2019|

It snowed in Chicago today. I mean, it is not even Halloween, and it snowed. By way of contrast, it is mostly sunny here in PebbleCreek with a forecasted high of 72.

The weather is one of the primary reasons that 200 people arrive in the greater Phoenix area on a daily […]

Goodyear, AZ: A “Best Place to Live”

By |October 6th, 2019|

Every year, Money Magazine publishes a list of the 100 best places to live in the United States. This year, Goodyear, AZ (the home of PebbleCreek) made the list at number 22.

Other towns that made the list include Columbia, MD; Naperville, IL; Asheville, NC; and Bend, OR.

According to the Money Magazine […]

PebbleCreek Feels Like Home

By |September 20th, 2019|

Over the summer I visited Maine, New Hampshire, Cape Cod and even Chicago. As a transplant to Arizona from the midwest/east coast, I wondered how I would feel as I visited my previous geography… would I find myself drawn back to the green landscapes? The humid air? The ocean? […]

PebbleCreek Residents and the Library!

By |May 3rd, 2019|

I cannot
remember a time when I did not have a library card.

has two excellent and well-used volunteer managed libraries – one in the Eagles
Nest Clubhouse and one in Tuscany Falls. 
They are stocked with donated books and puzzles and operate on the honor
system: take anything you like and bring it back when you are done.   […]