I’m thankful to be here in my favorite place on Earth. There’s every kind of desert image available within a few miles of ‘camp,’ and I take full advantage of it.

This morning we went to Hanksville to check out some new roads we found a nice lady who knew the familly that built the Wolverton Mill. Then we headed for the bentonite country to see what we could see. It was spectacular and I have a lot of images from the area. This may not be the best, but it shows some nice formations and gives a hint to the Spring Break crowd what they can expect. Assuming it doesn’t rain within the week before we get there. This stuff is murder when it’s wet.

Bentonite hills

Bentonite hills

Then there was sunset. This tree grabbed my attention from the start and most of the images I did of the sunset included it. It’s a pine tree, but I don’t discriminate. While I love junipers, I have equal feelings for pines. Especially the ones that look so interesting as this one.

Sunset Tree

Sunset Tree

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

Oh, and another thing I’m thankful for: I don’t have to eat turkey or watch football today! Life is good!

More to follow,

Bob