Instead I'll offer a visual comment on one of the reasons we have returned to their Arizona home so many times in the past ten years.
Their living room window looks out on a patio and fountain and from there toward the Santa Catalina's highest peak--Mt Lemmon. It rises over 9000 feet and is often snow-capped during the winter months. For the feminists in the crowd the name comes from a female botanist, Sarah Plummer Lemmon, who reached the top of the mountain by mule in 1881. Today you can reach the summit on a scenic paved road and it is one of Tucson's most popular auto outings.
We visited cousin Lin for five days and I often started taking pictures of Mount Lemmon early in the day.