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Mexican Hat

About twenty miles north of famous Monument Valley is the town of Mexican Hat. Named after a rock formation that looks like an upside down stereotypical sombrero (like the one Speedy Gonzales wears). 19 more words


The Continuing Story of Pig Trough Gardening - Part 2

I’m sorry to tell you that the pig feeder as a garden trough failed because it had no drainage holes in the bottom. Random Thoughts… 393 more words


Not Your Typical Sombrero - The Wild Colorado Coneflower aka Mexican Hat -

I am so lucky!

I work for a company who has the most beautiful grounds surrounding it. The landscape is so well laid out, so beautifully planted and so well maintained; I can only describe it as a park.   229 more words

Colorado Coneflower

Mexican Hat Wildflower

Mexican Hat Wildflower — Image by kenne

Just living is not enough…

one must have sunshine,

freedom, and a little flower.

— Hans Christian Andersen


Pig Trough Gardening

I visited our local auction house T W Gaze last week looking for some plants, however in the Deadstock Meadow sale I saw a pig trough aka a pig feeder. 394 more words


Southern Utah

Heber City, UT to Alpine, AZ is more than a one day drive when hauling The Beast, so I broke up that leg of the journey by stopping, for no other reason, in Blanding, UT. 264 more words


Oh the weather outside is frightful...

March 30 – 31

Great Basin National Park –

Lower Lehman Campground

West of Baker, Nevada (4.8 miles)

Website: Great Basin National Park

After leaving Goosenecks State Park we immediately hopped onto UT-261 the first of many roads not really suited for a trailer.   228 more words

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