This week’s Foto Friday Fun features images chosen by seven readers from my photo files including a shot from my artistic past.
Sherry and David chose #9999. A rather chilly morning greeting to the North Rim April 26, 2015 from my RV windows. Though I do consider clouds in Grand Canyon a very special sight.
Mary Lou chose #7426. I’ve never used a solar oven before. This one is sitting next to a refurbished 1958 Rocket trailer at a friends that is available to rent in Joshua Tree California.
John and Pam chose #0730. Rather uncanny due to the recent Yarnell fire. I believe it was the county who dug holes, brought dirt, and replanted two trees on every lot that had lost trees to the 2013 Yarnell Hill Fire. This dirt delivery came almost a year later in April 2014.
Yogi chose #5056. Sunsets are always a delight. This one over the Weaver Mountains caused me to stop on the side of the road in Kirkland, Arizona on my way home to Yarnell from Prescott on March 27, 2013. That would have been the day I looked at the truck I currently own, and the day after my birthday. Yogi knows all about celebrating birthdays.
Jodee and Bill chose #92. Back in the 1980s my main craft was stained glass. Then my husband and I bought a sail boat, spending more time on board and helped out a fellow running a “Bunk and Breakfast” on his tugboat moored on Lake Union, Seattle, Washington. I made this piece for him with his tug supposedly in the tugboat races before giving up the craft.
Donna chose #47. An interesting view at Spruce Tree House from when I worked at Mesa Verde National Park in 2005.
Diane chose #7775. This big male elephant hung out by the waterhole at Addo Elephant National Park.
My choice from Monday at Snake Gulch where the grass won and we lost.
Please join in for next week by leaving a number between 1 and 9999 in your comment below. A big thanks to everyone for playing along with Foto Friday Fun and allowing me to share these photographs and memories.
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