We have visited South Llano River State Park dozens of times. Somehow we have completely missed the falling down bits of an old homestead located onsite. We stumbled on it this time. Interesting or creepy?
This mural is a little goofy, and that works just fine for Port A. Always fun to go to the beach!
A noticeably big spider seen in my front yard.
A pretty little entranceway on Canyon Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
And a fine looking manhole cover.
Aspens and foliage at Haviland Lake near Durango, Colorado.
Early signs of Autumn near Durango, Colorado.
My view this morning. Nice way to greet the day!
Margaret and me after our walk on the Mesa today. Selfies and social distancing are a weird mix!
Yesterday Margaret and I took a walk on the open space behind her house. She found this weird looking dried seed pod from a plant called a Devil’s Claw (also referred to as an Elephant Tusk or a Unicorn Plant) common in the deserts of the Southwest.
Margaret says she has found lots of these pods. She gave me this one to keep, and I love it.
Driving west out of Lubbock, you start to notice that all the little towns have a very similar look as you make your approach…
And Clovis, New Mexico. (Hint – it’s the grain elevator!)