Group Hiking

Whilst waiting for more bird photo opportunities yesterday, a large group of hikers headed out for a wonderful hike into Calico Basin, such a lovely hike! And a hike I will dare to attempt myself when the weather cools just a bit more. With my back being so bad, it’s a rather risky hike for me to make, but I’m up to the challenge for the photo opportunities and the beautiful view experience. I love the beautiful Mojave Desert!

Categories:Blogging, Calico Basin, Geology, Hiking, Home, Joshua Trees, Mojave Desert, Mountains, Nevada, Nikon, Photography, Red Rock Canyon, Red Rock Escarpment

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  1. It sure is beautiful countryside, John, the Mojave Desert. Liked seeing it from afar and close up too.

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  2. This weather sure inspire some hiking!

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  3. I don’t know, if I wore one of those hoodies today, I’d pass out…without a mountain!

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