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By Albert, Photography

Yosemite in the snow

Well, it happened. After trying for about 4 years, we finally got the timing right and were in Yosemite the morning after a severe snow storm. And let me tell you . . . IT WAS AWESOME! Snow laden trees, prestine and thick soft snow on the ground, just beautiful […]

Indian Art in Sego Canyon
By Albert, Photography

A trip into Sego Canyon

Despite every intention to get up early today, it wasn’t until eight-ish before we surfaced. Looking outside and seeing no clouds what so ever, made us re-think our plans. Instead of going into Arches NP again, we decided to go to Sego Canyon to find the petroglyph and pictograph rock […]

By Albert, Photography

Wild Horses of Nevada

Did you know that there are wild horses that roam the hill sides near Virginia City, just east of Reno? I didn’t, but stumbled upon them when visiting that area some time ago. Linda and I wandered the quaint streets of historic Virginia City. You may remember the Bonanza series […]

Crater Lake-1
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Crater Lake Sunset

We decided to go to Southern Oregon for a long weekend. We almost did not go because of all the fires in California, Oregon and Washington. The sky is filled with smoke, you can smell it and the particles in the air make everything look like it is smothered in […]

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Heading West – Mt Whitney

Heading West after a visit to Death Valley.This is Hwy 136 going towards Lone pine. That high peak on the left is Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in the contiguous United States (and of course the Sierra Nevada, which is that mountain range you see with the dusting of snow. The […]