You are a lucky man JT. Thanks for the photo and words. I've never seen a "Drifting Sand" road sign. Just not something we see here in the Tennessee mountains!Our family wants to someday visit Disneyland....being such big fans of anything Disney. I told my husband wouldn't it be cool to drive out West for the trip instead of flying! See...that way I also get out of a long flight (not my favorite thing). Sorry...I know you're a pilot...I would love to see the Midwest and West ...never having traveled west of the Mississippi River. In the meantime, I get my fix from reading your blog!Thanks so much!
I remember drifting sands and blowing tumbleweeds in the deserts along the route from Tucson, Arizona to Palm Springs, California.I still have the old blogs but I also have new ones Abe Lincoln Blogs and also look at Abraham Lincoln's Blog
I like this kind of picture. Keep them coming JT!
What an atmospheric picture! I want to see where the road leads!
Thank you all for your responses. I can tell the desert theme is popular. We are blessed with having two desert ecosystems; the high (Mojave,)and the low (Colorado) deserts, both within a 90-minute drive from LA. I will post more photos as I take them. I too am a huge fan of our deserts, especially Death Valley! Maybe I'll take a road trip soon...
About five years ago or so I had to get away for sanity's sake and headed off on a solo road trip for week. First stop was Palmdale, which I hadn't visited in about 30 years. Loved every minute of the trip, which ended up in Cedar City, Utah, before I turned around. I regret that I took no photos along the way. Love yours, though!
Love the desert, clean air and wide open spaces. Such a necessary alternative to the crowded cities.
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