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... them left in this area and this one is 440 years old. So peaceful and quiet. The only sound is the wind blowing through the trees and all the trees here are amazing. We especially liked the Ponderosa Pine trees. Made our way slowly down the bumpy road and returned to the condo to relax and catch up on computer work, etc. Enjoyed the ...
... would pass signs advising against possibly snow drifts or winter sports shops or even a ski slope that looked very odd without all the snow! But I guess that's what it's like when the seasons you live in are so extreme!! We found the lake and decided after yesterday's hiking around the mountains to just enjoy sitting calmly by the lake... ...
... bush so I reach down to retrieve the thing and I get a handful of stickers. Ouch! The blood from my finger dries instantly in the 50 to 60 mph wind. Then my prescription sunglasses start hovering and rise off of my nose. I put them in my pocket. The walk to the upper viewpoint is steep but the walk is made really, really easy as the wind is pushing hard at my back. I feel like a five year old making that climb!
Did I mention that the wind was blowing from ...
... to warmer climates for the winter just like migrating birds. None of them are young folks. All of them are grinning like the Cheshire Cat knowing that they can winter in a place where the winter weather will not cause them to be shuttered indoors. They are active. They love to exercise, play golf, walk, swim and socialize. Hope that we can keep up with them!
Jil went to Yoga class this morning. I walked the dogs and did some chores around ...
... I hang out with Woody until it is time to go. It is hot, so we get ice-lollies for the road. We are feeling good.
About 20 seconds out of Vegas we hit crazy desert. Now, in hindsight, this does make sense. But, we were not expecting this, and so, did not refuel the car. Damn. So, the fuel gauge starts edging closer and closer to Empty and there is nothing, not a thing, on the horizon. The roadside signs are advertising Alien Beef Jerky (I ...