Views from the Cockpit-Discover Hidden Treasures.

Some of the sights along the highway in the SW. One constant of the Route 66 highway/drive ( or what is left of it, which is little) is abandoned properties, commercial and residential. Driving along I 40, which at times, runs parallel to the Old 66, there are glimpses of the past. I have quite a few images like some of the above. In some sense it is depressing to see, but also a fascinating look at our past that hasn’t been erased by gentrification or ……..Literally, there are abandoned properties too numerous to count.

The Boron Museum/Plant, which manufactures Boraxo, is in the middle of the Mojave Desert, in the middle of seemingly nowhere.

Safe travels

from the Mothership

docked in Seattle.

Prickly Arizona

Spotted in Walnut Canyon, Arizona. Some prickly gems. Looks like something took a bite out of one leaf ( or whatever they are called)?

Walnut Canyon was an interesting place. Although it seemed to have been formed by eons of rushing water, there are places ( the Island) that to me looked partially formed or sculpted by some inhabitants of the area. Sometimes things in nature have angles that don’t look naturally formed by the elements.

Safe travels

from the Mothership

docked in Seattle!