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Home (And Getting Here)

Yes, home is where I park it.  But it can also be a certain place, and for me, that place is the central coast of California.   Joy and Shiloh on DelMonte Beach. The more I travel, the more I … Continue reading

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Keeping It Simple

I meant to blog sooner but between poor connections and the heat, it’s been awhile. It’s been up to 90 degrees in Tucson recently, and 5 or so degrees cooler at Caballo Loco Ranch.  This Thanksgiving was the hottest anyone … Continue reading

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Getting Back To CLR

  Actually this first picture was taken in Gila Bend but it’s so spectacular! I’d been dreaming about getting back…I mean, literally dreaming while sleeping.  And finally I turn onto the dirt road that leads to the ranch… Not exactly dream … Continue reading

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Wrapping Up In Prescott

One thing about this lifestyle….there are a lot of good-byes.  It’s always hard to leave Kerry and Annabelle.  I feel sadness in this.  They are such good, pure spirits in our lives.  Kerry is planning to stay in the Prescott … Continue reading

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With Friends In The Forest

Prescott, Arizona….between Grand Canyon and Phoenix, elevation about 5,300 feet, with Prescott National Forest round about.  Just about 3 miles from down town is White Spar, one of the NF campgrounds.  This is where Kerry and I decided to meet … Continue reading

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One More For Grand Canyon!

The following pictures were taken around sunset on our last evening at Grand Canyon. They were all taken around Mather Point, so you will notice some of the same rock formations….just presented in different ways. In the last blog “2 … Continue reading

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2 Billion Years, 2 Billion Views

And then some…. They say the rocks at the bottom of the Grand Canyon are close to 2 billion years old. ( I don’t understand why the rocks at the top of the canyon are not also 2 billion years … Continue reading

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