This week’s Foto Friday Fun features images chosen by nine readers from my photo files including a few more oldies and way too much snow.
Mary Lou chose #7514. Dome Rock BLM near Quartzsite, Arizona is a nice place to camp among the saguaros. Was there in March, 2015 and may get back again this winter.
Pam and John chose #14. After working the 2003 summer season leading cave tours at Oregon Caves I decided to stay for a while as a winter volunteer. Guess I didn’t realize just how much snow fell in the Siskiyou National Forest. I was actually snowed in very several days. Doesn’t the Chateau look like it belongs in the Alps instead of Oregon.
Diane and Nigel chose #5555. Oh no, more snow. This time not as much and seen along the road to the North Rim last Novemeber.
Ann and Bill chose #28. In January, 2005 my dear friend Darlene and I took her 5th-wheel towed by my truck to San Felipe, Baja Mexico. We parked at a friend’s property and enjoyed a month of exploring. Our host, Chuck on the left, and his friend Eric took me hiking and held this boulder so I could pass.
Yogi chose #25. Being dug out of more than 25 inches of snow, and several days snowbound, during winter of 1996 at the Pine Creek Work Station, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington. And if this wasn’t enough excitement, only weeks later massive flooding meant a helicopter rescue.
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