Some of you are aware of my strict no-follow policy pertaining to businesses. Undoubtedly, some find this rather odd but that is my very strict policy as the administrator of this insignificant blog. Why? It’s all about the money. I find it bothersome that businesses use other’s blogs to draw customers to their own websites to make money at their expense.
No thank you, not at my expense. I have begun leaving comments on specific business blogs requesting that they refrain from attempting to follow LVPB. There are other methods to stop them but I really don’t want to have to resort to those measures. Sorry, but I’m not sorry, you businesses continually attempt to follow, not on my dime. Grub for money elsewhere.
Brecky, a slang word for breakfast. so delicious, not your conventional breakfast food!
Since it never snows in the valley except for a very tiny bit of flurries, our road crews can work all year round which should mean they get things done more quickly? Not the case, this area has been under repairs for several weeks now. Why?
It’s the same thing with the new freeway overpasses over the ninety-five freeway north of me a few miles, ongoing for a few years now. Again, why? I’m no road engineer but have a brain that sees something odd. Perhaps it’s all about job security?
Here are two more sunset photos from the other night as the sun goes down.
Ducks, Geese, and Goslings all in one big mix. ❤️
Waiting on a green light along Lake Mead Boulevard.
After dark, I aimed the Nikon skyward and captured the stars in the Las Vegas sky.
I didn’t find this photo earlier today when processing the sunset last night. Nice!
Once again I had to head to the pharmacy today for those pills that keep my not so old body running, it sucks having heart disease, type two diabetes, and a messed up back. Anyway, I stopped along the little man-made lakes again for these fun photos. Note how large the goslings are now, wow! They grow like the weeds I remove from my yards every other day…
This is the view on westbound Summerlin Parkway at Durango road, a nice view!
Here’s an older photo from about three years ago heading east on Charleston Boulevard. After moving north from this area it became obvious how much busier that road is compared to my new location. Vegas traffic can be tough and dangerous.
I have driven by this place a few times and never stopped in. The architecture is very odd which leads me to think that it may have been built forty or more years ago? The website has no information on its beginnings. Should I have been born and raised in Las Vegas I may have known this. They have very pricey steaks!
Sometimes I just have to have my tuna and mustard fix… Yum! 😂
This was breakfast today, yum! It’d be great to have a dollar for every egg and toast I’ve had.
Let’s have a ride on State Road 160, or SR 160 between Las Vegas and Pahrump, Nevada. Don’t the mirages trip your vision and run off the road! In the desert, you can’t remember your name…
Primm, Nevada is right on the Nevada and California border and about forty minutes south of Las Vegas on the fifteen freeway. It’s a small place with a couple casinos and a fuel station. Last chance for fuel for a long way south!
Ivanpah is a huge solar plant which I personally dislike as much as those ugly wind turbines.
The bright glow is light from the thousands of mirrors focusing on the top of one of three towers that heat water and make steam which generates electricity. Good old coal, hydro and oil are much better, tried and truly dependable power sources for we humans.
Here’s a drive-by photo, taken on the Las Vegas Strip, not sure when.
Taken in 2016, I’m not sure which camera I used. I can see youuuu!!
This dead deere was at the now-dead Bonnie Springs Ranch…
Just what you want to see when walking around the Vegas Strip or Fremont Street, I’ll pass!
I had a quick ride to the store for supplies at mid day, captured these not so exciting photos that do show that Las Vegas is still alive and well. it’s been several days since I went out, the traffic level appears to be up slightly. In the store I was not happy to see several folks were not wearing masks, that’s being stupid, people! But what is one man’s opinion worth…
Is this a sunrise or a sunset? I’m not sayin’!! 😎
My Mexican Fan Palms are scheduled for pruning July second and as you can see in the photos, they are due. Last week’s 90-degree temps appear to have made the fronds become very droopy. I’ve almost decided to have that messy African Sumac (weed) tree taken down too as it’s a constant battle with the dead leaf droppings daily. They are terrible, nasty trees!
Or whatever they are, they remind me of wheat in the fields up north…
This image has symmetry added and was made about three years ago in that apartment!