(Sunset will occur at 6:53 pm)
Today is the 'Vernal Equinox', when the days get longer and warmer and a time of rebirth unfolds. (Officially at 9:57 am PDT) Here in southern Nevada, Spring most definately has arrived and is apparent everywhere you go. We have happy, singing birds, and hungry hummingbirds. Gambel's quail still scurrying around, baby rabbits, and little Bighorn sheep timidly feeding by their Mother's side. Desert tortoises poking out of their burrows, catapillars doing their thing and rattlesnakes a stirring. Life is alive in the desert. Not to mention the wildflowers and blooming cactus exploding with color. So WELCOME SPRING, with all your sights, sounds, scents, warmth, and wonderous glory! Sometimes, pictures speak louder than words.
It is always a pleasure having company, and what a treat to share a short and sweet afternoon with our friends, Fred and Judy Witt from Melbourne, Florida/Buffalo, New York. They were visiting family in Scottsdale, Arizona, so we met halfway between us in Wikieup, Arizona, which is out in the middle of nowhere, off US93.
We are also looking forward to meeting up with Joan and Steve who we have virtually met so far via RVillage, (a very cool new website), who also happen to be here in Boulder City.
This weekend our friends, Beth and Grady will stop by for a few days on their way to a Workamping job in Utah. We met Beth and Grady at a RV DREAMS Rally we attended last March in Elephant Butte, New Mexico. We look forward to seeing them again and showing them around this area.
P.S. To all our friends, family and readers in the north..........may you thaw out and experience some Spring weather soon!