Monthly Archives: December 2014
Heat and Coffee. Those are the important things on a morning like this when it’s 26 degrees outside. On Dec 26 I pull out of Sawtooth Canyon at 10:30, to head south because it’s just too cold. I stop and … Continue reading
I hope everyone is right where they want to be for the holidays…or almost there. This is a first for me, spending Christmas in the middle of the Mojave Desert, but it feels good. It’s been a sweet time here … Continue reading
We leave Owl Canyon, and spend a short time in a small RV park. A flow of electricity is not to be underrated, and neither is an unlimited supply of hot water, laundry facilities, and a place to dump the … Continue reading
It’s a stark beauty. The colors are subtle, and more easily seen next door in Rainbow Canyon. Maybe we landed on the moon?
I hope you aren’t getting tired of sunrises and sunsets. Each one is so individual…such majestic, awe inspiring announcements to the day and to the night. Rain was in the forecast, so before we come in for the night I … Continue reading
Not many words needed here. The reality was even more stunning than these pictures show, but this is the best camera I have, so they will do! Morning has broken, like the first morning…praise with elation, praise every morning, Gods … Continue reading