Our time back in Q is rapidly coming to a close, although we will make one more camp somewhere while I wait for my Cricket phone/hotspot to arrive. I want to take the genealogy workshop I signed up for over in Bouse—that’s where we will head in a few days—but from there, once that is over, I am not sure where the wind will blow us. I like that downtrodden, sad little town, but the internet is terrible there. Maybe the Cricket will be the answer. Like Jack Keurac says, “There was no place to go but everywhere so just keep on rolling under the stars” … We have about six more weeks of our little adventure left and I want to take my sweet time on the trip back.
I have a plan! It isn’t set in stone yet, but it’s a route that I would like to take back to northern California rather than go through Las Vegas again and back the way we came. Of course that’s not until toward the middle of March so there’s plenty of time to think about it.
Where does a cactus grow when it’s afraid of sunshine?
Snuggled beside a tree of course!
Interesting ironwood tree
and I love these saguaro cacti with the moon in between them
Happy trails! Thanks for joining us at 2DogsTravel. Hugs, Shawna
CURRENT READ: And Then She Was GONE, Christopher Greyson
WHAT’S IN THE NIGHT SKY: You can still view Venus, the Evening Star, in the western sky. She appears before sunset, and starts out as a pinpoint that appears to get larger and larger as the sunset settles into dusk and then into night. Look for her early though; by about 8:45 she has dropped below the horizon. Also on display are Jupiter in the late evening and Saturn in the southwestern sky during the predawn hours. Mars is still near Venus in the early evening, but small and above Venus.