"Never miss a chance to do good"--David Stanley
What A View!!
Beautiful! I was in Las Cruces once, loved it, and have always wanted to go back. There's just something about that desert landscape.
I know who lives there!
It looks lovely and quiet. Perfect for thinking and writing.
I am not there either :( Think I will send my spirit out to visit. Beats hospital corridors for damn sure.
Love that stunning view and gorgeous sky.
I live pretty close to this place
Craig: that looks stunning!
I love those mountains they're so majestic. Every time I pass through, they take my breath away. I actually wrote about the beautiful Southwest with their gorgeous sunsets in my manuscript. Thank you for sharing.
I knew where this was the instant I saw it. I live about 175 miles north and west of there. It's desert where I am, but in the mountains.We've got snow today, with more on the way. Our house is heated with a wood stove--and I'm glad we're well stocked with firewood this winter!
Craig, I didn't know you lived in NM. I never made it to Cruces, but I went to Albuquerque a time or two. I lived in the Four Corners region for about three years (perhaps near to Elissa?).Here in Sacramento, it is dry, dry, dry. Hoping for rain.
Karen, sorry I was born in the shadows of the Saddleback Mountains, others known as Phoenix, but live in Fla.The first comment has a link to the Itchnetuckee River up the state from me. It is tubing river with nothing else allowed, nothing disposable allowed either (the Rangers check). If you go there, go in the early morning. The count number gets used up by ten or so on a summer day. That is because it is a spring fed river with crystal clear water that is 72 degrees F all the time.
Ah, apologies, Craig. I've seen the Saddleback Mountains (spent four years in Flagstaff). Hope you're liking Fla!
Beautiful. My sister used to live in Albuquerque, NM. When I came to visit, I was always fascinated that on a clear day, the mountains looked so close. Like you could walk to the base, and then the top, in about 10 minutes.
NM??? Googling... Ahha, New Mexico :) That is a beautiful sunset (I say sunset because it looks like it should be a sunset).
It's actually a sunrise. ;)Yep, that's where I go walking in the mornings to beat the heat. But today it's sunny and very windy and barely 60 degrees, plummeting to 50 for the high tomorrow.Not envious of my Boulder/Denver colleagues today; they had 14" of snow today, last I heard!
Lol, I had a 50/50 chance of getting it right. Richelle, I can understand why you walk there. It looks peaceful and quiet - excellent time to talk to the voices in your head *grin*
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