Snow...no really, I'm serious. I know it is imposible to tell from this iPhone photo but it was snowing in Kyle Canyon this afternoon. I spent sometime up there today getting ready for my stewardship project this weekend. Brrrr..it was chilly. I must say it was great to see the snow and feel the cold & nice to be Outside when those first flakes came blowing by. I've heard that this year is a El Nino year, so maybe southern Nevada will get more than it's share of winter storms...
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Clean 'em up. I 'm really OK with shooting as a matter of fact it is really rather fun, but a lot of these folks could care less about the desert and they are so destructive. I can hear them now just whining about how their rights are being infringed upon if we asked them to stop, But what about my right to go somewhere without seeing their garbage. Oh yeah, it's just desert noboby goes out there anyway.
Whats up with the bowling pins????
Posted by Nevada Hiker at 8:17 PM
I know your getting tried of seeing Red Rock photos all the time , but I tell you I'm going to get a winner one of this days...I need some nasty weather to add a little "sparkle". I was headed to Rainbow Mountain Wilderness to go to check out Rainbow spring, so I saw the sun coming up so I pulled over at theRed Rock overlook. I didn't have a tripod so I used a trash can, a steel post and a block wall to get a few of these, almost as good as a carbon fiber job.
Friday, October 23, 2009
Alas another vehicle tresspass into the South Mccullough's Wilderness. With roads everywhere crisscrossing the landscape, it's hard to believe that these folks really had to ride right here. My apologies to future generations for such selfishness....I'm trying hard not to go off on a rant here folks.
Posted by Nevada Hiker at 9:27 AM
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Thursday, October 15, 2009
I have to admit the snow looked great it made me think of turns, floating, and flying...errr what a minute I'm in Southern Nevada, how cool is that?