We’re back in Quartzsite in the Scaddan wash area, only closer to town than we were before. We can actually hear all the traffic from I-10, but I find it doesn’t bother me. Coming for a visit? Once you turn into the Scaddan, turn left and travel about ¼ mile, bear right at the yellow cowboy boot, then take the first dirt drive to the right past the saguaro cactus wearing a cowboy hat. J I was too into the rest and relaxation mode and didn’t get pictures of this, but just imagine J
Sunday we lazed about. The dogs napped all day and I read most of the day. Monday we drove to town and I did laundry and bought water, then it was some time at the dog park for the boys, then some time at the library for me checking on a few things. Then back to the dog park. The Chiweenie Brothers are doing so well in the socialization department. More times than not now it’s someone else’s dog(s) that are the troublemakers! Wonders never cease.
We will be here for a couple of weeks then we’re off to Bouse once again. We will check out a place I was told the internet is better, and only just a mile or so north of town. More than that, though, the Bouse genealogy society is putting on a workshop mid-month and I would really like to attend that.
It was a beautiful start to a beautiful day.
When Fries gets “THAT LOOK” you’re about to get your eye poked with that nose.
What’s in the sky in February: The moon is sweeping past the planets Venus and Mars in the western sky after sunset. Venus rules in the evening sky while Jupiter holds court over the morning sky. Find Venus in the west first thing at dusk, and be sure to watch February 17 when she shines her brightest. Look for Jupiter, the second-brightest planet, late evening and sunrise. Mars is near Venus in the evening sky, but it’s higher up and much fainter than Venus, and sets in the west shortly after Venus does around mid-evening. Saturn appears in the southeastern sky during the predawn hours. Mercury is succumbing to the glare of the rising sun.