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Red Rock In Bloom

Back to Red Rock we went for one last fling with one of our favorite spots on earth. The abandoned (and vandalized down to the foundations) homestead of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson was our destination today along the shores of Pine Creek. We walked through real “midwestern” grass for the first time since we arrived in Nevada. Hanging out around the homestead was just like being in Wisconsin (if you didn’t pay attention to the mountains sitting right there, and over there . . . and just over there, too.) Poplar trees, a creek, some grass, crickets— so unlike what we’d hiked in up to this point. I stopped and took pics of all the bright pops of color while we meandered along at a photographer’s pace. Here’s a very quick video pictorial of the day.

Oh, yes, we had an awesome time on the cruise. 10 days o’ fun! That’s a much longer video, though, so it’ll be awhile before I get around to editing it. I’ll post it when I do.

Oh number two, yes, we know when we’re leaving Nevada on our way to Wisconsin. We leave here in mid-May and arrived in Reedsville on Memorial Day.

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Red Rock In Bloom

    • howdy pam! yep, still posting – just no travel over the summer so i didn’t post. we spent more time in chicago for mr scott’s work than we seemed to spend in our summer spot in wisconsin. we’re on the road heading south now, though, so you’ll see posts start up again.

  1. Jac your slideshow really captures all the beauty of the desert in bloom. Greg, Shannon and I just returned home from a vacation in AZ and it was awesome to see all the cactus in bloom, just amazing and so different than anything we have on Cape Cod. Thanks for sharing your journey!

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