Boulder City

Electricity Leaves The Dam

Here is another older photo from Hoover Dam. The transmission towers pop up from the canyon far below, transmitting that wonderful electricity that makes human life comfortable and even possible here in the Mojave Desert. I’m glad that Hoover Dam… Read More ›

The Antique Shoehorn

While in Boulder City several weeks ago purchasing the Navajo Pottery, I also picked up this antique shoehorn. It’s made of metal, very heavy and is built for both adult and child sizes. I use it for a doorstop! I… Read More ›

Navajo Pottery

Several days ago I was in Boulder City, NV for some art for my home, this is one of many pieces I purchased that day. They are beautiful pieces and I’m proud to display them in my home! I will… Read More ›

From Boulder City to Las Vegas

Here are a few 215 freeway photos showing Las Vegas from several miles to the southeast. Note the snowcapped mountains, likely Mount Charleston and Fletcher Peak, high in the Spring Mountains. Looking closely, you’ll see the Stratosphere Tower and other… Read More ›

Solar Electric

I’ve never been a believer in solar generated electricity because it’s not consistent like our usual methods of electricity generation. Further, it doesn’t take much research to find out how much solar power is subsidised. No thanks. So why did… Read More ›