I haven’t posted much these past months…. well, actually I’ve only posted twice since the beginning of last July. I’m on a mission to fix that. I hope you’ll all hang in there with me! I left the Pacific Northwest
As Seen in a Desert – A Photo Gallery
Thanks for checking out my pics… all were taken with my iPhone7 and unaltered other than the addition of an occasional filter to add a subtle border or brighten up the lighting.
So Long, Craggy Wash ~ It Was Nice Knowing You!
I’ve been hearing about Craggy Wash for months. Literally months. Why I didn’t head up here earlier in the year, I can’t even begin to guess. Oh wait. Yes, I can. It was all about the shrimp tacos in Mexico.
Celia’s Rainbow Gardens ~ Quartzsite, AZ
Before I get too far away from Quartzsite, AZ, I want to tell you about Celia’s Rainbow Gardens. Celia was the daughter of Paul & Joanne Winer, who are Quartzsite residents, and in 1995, when she was 8-1/2 years old,
There Be Critters in the Desert!
No matter where you go, there’s bound to be critters around, especially if you’re out in the boonies somewhere, or in a campground, or even in your own backyard. Sometimes those critters are ones known to us and other times,
The Ocotillos are Blooming ~ and They’re Gorgeous!
One of my all-time favorite desert blooms is the ocotillo. Tall and reaching for the sky, the dead-looking branches fill up with little bright green leaves, and the tips sprout these gorgeous brilliant red flowers that stand out against the
Scenes from a Desert ~ Out Geocaching in Quartzsite, Arizona
A couple of weeks ago, over the period of a couple of days, I found thirty geocaches. (It’s not really as spectacular as it might sound – my all-time record in one day is 84, found in New Mexico at