Hiking The Desert Floor

These beauties were taken while hiking around the Spring Mountain Ranch State Park probably two years ago with my old Nikon D3300 body. The website says the park is closed which is zero surprise right? Two things that I seriously want to do when this situation passes is hop on a big jet plane and go home to Michigan and see my children and the family! And of course get my bum back out in the open desert for some fresh photography. I miss the freedom!

10 thoughts on “Hiking The Desert Floor

    • I miss it down there but wouldn’t move there because of the hurricanes. Lived in Dunedin in the 90’s. Folks have a home in Tarpon Springs. It’s nice your close, my drive would be a bit over 2000 miles.

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        • Naughty! I hope it was a great party! From the home we had rented on the Intracoastal waterway we could see Honeymoon Island and Caladesi Island. That home was lost in the storm of 1993, the dock was torn out, the pool flooded with sea water. We lost too many things and our new Pontiac Bonneville too. Florida was not kind to me.

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          • I understand how you wouldn’t want to come back & live here. I was living in Brandon back then. We had a lot of damage from the No Name storm of 94. Wait, maybe that was the same storm.

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    • Yes, thank you! It’s a bummer the photo can’t render how huge that wall of rock is is from the point where I snapped the photo, it’s a part of the Red Rock Escarpment.

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