Las Vegas is a city of about two million people, many of them are still out and about doing their daily things. My drug store and pharmacy now has signs taped to the floor with blue tape forming a line with a six foot spacing. Why six foot? Overall things seem very much normal around my area of the city which I’m grateful for but let’s keep things in perspective, be safe.
Today is sunny with 82 degrees. 🌴🌞😎
Sometimes also known as State Line, this little town is right on the California border and has a couple casinos with restaurants and a couple attractions too. Access is simple via the I-15 freeway. Primm is about thirty or so minutes south of Las Vegas. Visit Primm Valley Resorts.
It’s both nice to see people at the park and not. Should people be doing this? Are they not taking this dangerous situation seriously? I shouldn’t be be out either.
That’s a bit of snow atop 6500+ foot Gass Peak far away.
A couple oldie photos for ya, I’m on the freeway obviously, the other image is a very low Lake Mead water level. The lake hasn’t seen full pond since the 1980’s which totally sucks.
This video is about two years old, taken at the Calico Basin parking area. It’s quite obvious this idiot is on some serious drugs! And I certainly don’t blame the woman for having an attitude!
I took this photo a few days ago, it’s been stuck in the Upload folder. I like the view of the Las Vegas Range far away to the north!
I found a video from the drone I sold last year that’s not been seen here so here it is, along with a photo. The little drone did a pretty good job aye?
Here is another photo from yesterday on the top floor of the parking deck. The clouds were still hanging low in the morning, it became sunny later in the day which leads me to say that this morning is gloriously sunny but the NWS says there is a huge batch of rain moving north from California that will bring possible flash flooding to Las Vegas late today and into tomorrow.
And I just cleaned my truck up again dammit! Hey, we need the rain so badly, bring it on. The desert southwest has been in a terrible drought for a very long time now. I wish we could get enough rain to keep Lake Mead at full pond where it hasn’t been since the 1980’s.
I snapped these two photos this afternoon, you are looking north to northeast at the Las Vegas Range on the north end of the valley. Gass Peak at 6,943 feet is hidden in those clouds. Beautiful!
I saw this on the way to the mailbox this afternoon. 😎🌴🌵