Here are the last of the mountain photos I took a few days ago, yay! What’s next? Time will tell. I woke up today under a cloudy, gray sky with light rain tapping on the skylight. It’s still spitting a bit, I hope it stops because I never go anywhere when the pavement is wet as these people have no clue how to safely drive on a slickened surface.
Thank you, Michigan winters, for teaching me how to drive safely! Every time it rains here, you can almost bet on hearing the sirens wailing in the distance, heading for crash scenes which is never good of course. And, my truck is just too clean top to bottom, and underneath, to drive it in any weather but clear and dry. No, I am not joking…
The Robbers Roost, located in the Spring Mountains is a very short hike at high altitude. More information. Perhaps there are many American politicians hiding out way up here above 8000 feet at the Robbers Roost? Book em’, Danno!
During my very short visit to the Equine arena this afternoon, this rather odd-looking vehicle appeared. Of course, I had to get the shot, I later processed it and emailed it to my Michigan buddy, and my father. Neither men could place it and came to the same conclusion as I did.
This vehicle must be a hobbyist’s creation which I believe is very cool! I’d like to chat with this guy to find out the story behind its creation. My best guess is that this guy is retired military, and has some extra energy and time to build something so badass!
Is that old line still in use today? Regardless, it’s every bit as true today during a pandemic as it were decades ago… This is the local Fire Station in the Mount Charleston area in the Spring Mountains. A big thank you to these wonderful men and women.