RV paths of Whidbey Island painter & Spokane writer cross at small Arizona mission

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Paula Pugh of Whidbey Island, Wash., was quietly painting watercolor sketches of the Tumacacori Mission when I approached her and asked if I could take a picture of her watercolor study.

(Because I wrote about visual arts for more than seven years for The Spokesman-Review, I’m always drawn to artists.)

She explained that she combines watercolor sketches and notes in her trip journals.

Learn more about this RVer, painter, author, public speaker in a profile I posted on WomenRVers.blogspot.com.

Photo: Julianne G. Crane and Paula Pugh sitting on a bench at the Tumacacori National Historic Park in southern Arizona. (Jimmy Smith)

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