It was a cold wet rain a fallin this morning as Pheebs and I made our way into and around Bayfield for a short Jeep ride. Having just washed the Jeep a few days ago I didn't really want to head out into the countryside and gob it all up with mud again. We checked out our usual Bayfield spots and headed home without taking any photos. I had forgotten a few photos I had taken Sunday so will add them below. We took the rig for a short drive down the road and back Sunday afternoon just to give it a run and round out the flat spots on the tires after sitting for a while.
|WISH I WAS SEEING SAGUARO CACTUS GOING BY OUT THAT WINDSHIELD|
|LOOKS LIKE AN AMERICAN GOLDFINCH TO ME|
|APPEARS TO BE A WHITE-BREASTED NUTHATCH|
I sure like bonking around on the internet's Google Maps traveling to places we have traveled over the years. So many great memories and some not so good ones too. I sometimes zoom down to areas we frequented and look for specific things I remember. Could be a building, a road, a certain group of rocks, a fenceline, an old cemetery, a favorite Saguaro cactus, etc. Found myself just west of Albuquerque New Mexico this afternoon looking around for a while. Dropped in on Tucumcari and Demming. From there I flew over to Ajo Arizona and scuffled around the town for a while ending up on a couple of our choice boondocking spots out on Darby Well Road. Buzzed Borrego Springs and flew over Marshall South's Ghost Mountain. Oh, the wonderful memories which almost bring tears to my eyes at times.
|ALL BIRD PHOTOS TAKEN THROUGH OUR SUNROOM WINDOW WITH MY NIKON COOLPIX P900|
My wife said to me, "How on earth are we going to use 9% less gas this winter?" "You can stop burning my dinner for a start," I replied.
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