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1930’s tower.

When I stood up, a coyote about 12 feet away lumbered off into the brush.

Not a small bobcat track.

Old shacks.

Someone could make this work. 346 more words

California Stories


 For this post: back to Salvation Mountain, Niland, CA. There are 7 or 8 vehicles at this crazy, wonderfully offbeat artistic ode to God, His love and, the Bible.

Black And White

Hike to Fortynine Palms Oasis

Joshua trees are known for their spiky leafed, branches reaching for the heavens are ubiquitous in most of Joshua Tree National Park, but not on this trail.   635 more words

Explore The Outdoors

Joshua Tree's Most Dangerous Hike

It’s Joshua Tree National Park’s most dangerous hike.  Not because of the extreme heat, rattlesnakes, or rugged terrain, but because of the “teddy bear” cactus.  It sounds cuddly, but it’s not.   575 more words

Swept Away With Jennifer Broome

A 'P.S.' to previous Salton Sea post

Wouldn’t ya know it, just days after publishing the previous post about the Salton Sea, i came across some marvelously relevant links, and remembered several images i missed the first time round. 118 more words

Road Trips American West

Following a Dream in 2017 - Day 93 of 100

The California desert had such beautiful surprises this spring because of all the rainfall. It was a real treat seeing so many flowers with my girlfriend when we went in March! 8 more words