And other views. Please excuse the redundancy of the photos, I took too many of the same scenes, eh? I have finished all the jobs around the house except cleaning the nasty dust off of the relatively new ceiling fans.
Yucky dust just has to cling to the leading and trailing edges of the blades which are shaped very much like blades you would see on a Cessna general aviation aircraft. When cleaning the truck windscreen, I noticed that the right wiper blade was literally coming apart.
Strong sunshine and desert heat finally got to these original, six-year-old blades, which I replaced right away, thanks, Auto Zone! The funny thing is, in those six years, the wiper system has had very little use as it basically never rains here. Almost never. Some older cars and trucks have had the paint literally burnt off of them!
I snapped the Joshua Tree closeup yesterday, it’s so green in the centre. The happy bones thing I grabbed off of Instagram I think, it’s so weird! It’s strange to think that we all look like this inside!💀
Well, since I’ve not been out of the house today, I have nothing new for this space so here ya go. I pulled these photos down from the cloud. On a different thought, after using this site for a full day now I will say that the ‘upgrade’ I made yesterday for the WordPress Business plan has this site loading much faster both the site and the Admin pages just pop right up. Nice!
It does help though, that I have a super-fast cable service too. It was worth? the too-high price they want for one year but no regrets yet. And yes, I was totally against this plan, however, the damned block editor will come, the works perfectly well classic editor will go away next year. That’s no longer an issue, nor is storage space. Still, the price is too damn high, Matt!
Some of you will remember these wonderful totally wild donkeys that roam the Mojave Desert not far outside of Las Vegas. I believe they are the descendants of donkeys brought here during the 1800s, perhaps having to do with the gold rush, or perhaps families moving westward.
In any case, they’ve been running wild and free for many generations. In one photo, a donkey seems to be preening the back of another donkey, so cute.
I’ve seen people feed them before, and that’s not only dangerous but completely illegal too. Should the BLM rangers catch you, you’ve just earned yourself a three hundred dollar fine!
And that’s how it should be in my opinion. The same fine applies to feeding the wild horses that roam freely here too. Wild horses also roam free high in the Spring Mountains.
Last eve I was having a cold one in the backyard and noticed this very large white angel, flying so high over the Mojave Desert. Do you believe in angels? I sure do! The other photo was taken two days ago near Bonnie Springs Ranch, or what’s left of it. I think another ride into the desert is in order, and soon!