Sunday, June 17, 2018


I finally learned something.
It took me a fews years to learn.
But I found out that I can only 
ride one at a time.

Saturday, June 16, 2018


What is it?

It is a sea shell fossil.  It was not quite that color.
Something about my lighting turned the red tint 
into the dark red that it is.

But the real point of interest to myself is that these
things lay all over a patch of woods that I own.  I
do not even dig them up.  Just select them from the
rocks on the rocky ground they lay on.

This patch of woods is 2000 ft. above sea level.
And,  about 500 miles from the closest sea.  That
is proof of the deluge, or what we call Noah's 
flood.  Scoff if you will, but the Holy Bible is

Sunday, June 10, 2018


I know.  It is just another sunset.
But really, are any two the same.

This would have been just outside
the kitchen window.  So I grabbed
my smallest point and shot camera
and shot.

For pure beauty, man simply cannot
compete with nature.

Saturday, June 9, 2018


I know.
There is a business or two in these buildings,
but they looked so much like a "ghost town"
I could not pass them up.

Found them in Phelan, Californial.

Sunday, June 3, 2018


Found this in a house in the mountains of 
Southern California, Wrightwood to be 

Enough said.

Saturday, June 2, 2018


A visitor to my hide out in the woods.
These guys would not be bad to have around except,
they burrow holes big enough to get in, meaning you
could step in them and hurt yourself.  Also they "root"
around after worms, grubs and so forth which can tear
up your yard or garden area.

My experience with them is that most of the time
they go around as "individuals".  However, one 
time there were four young ones together at my hide
out.  What was of interest to me was that while trying
to run them off rather than; barking, screaming, 
meowing, or something else - they made a humming
 sound.  Maybe they like being run off.

At least armadillos are something different than a 
barking dog.

Sunday, May 27, 2018

Yes, you have seen better designed cannons.
But will they shoot tin cans?

This one is at Fort Rock Family camp.
It's purpose of course is to entertain the kids,
of any age.