This week’s Foto Friday Fun includes ten images chosen by readers featuring Smokey Bear and public lands. Unless noted, almost all this week’s photos are from 2014. It was a very good year.
Rita chose #4649. While on safari in Kruger National Park, South Africa, I expected to see mixed species like this hanging out together but that’s not always true. They eat different things, or in this case at different heights, so don’t regularly hang out together. Vegetarians don’t typically dine with meat eaters.
Pam and John chose #9110. As I’m sure they know, parking an RV next to trees can be tricky especially with slide-outs. An Aspen branch had to be trimmed from my North Rim Grand Canyon site.
Sherry and David chose #1212, “since that’s what time it is.” This shot from 2011, so it might be time for another drive in Cottonwood Canyon Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah. But it will have to wait until at least spring for the road to dry out. Then I can only hope Cottonwood Creek isn’t destroyed by some mine because this might not be protected land in the future.
Donna chose #877. A dramatic stormy sky above Lake Powell seen from my Lone Rock Beach camp back in 2009.
Jodee and Bill chose #3020. 4th of July water parade at the North Rim Grand Canyon wouldn’t be complete without Smokey Bear.
Jeff chose #1829, “the year Jumal Rancho was granted to Pio Pico.” One of six in a panorama. 2014 was the year I actually took photos of the Zion tunnels from inside and below because I wasn’t driving for a change. From the same visit where Diane and Nigel’s flowers came from, Pat drove her rental car for that trip. Look closely for two windows in that giant rock.
My choice from just one tiny row out of many choices at the RV Show in Quartzsite, Arizona. Note the porches on the end one with the double doors. At least 45 feet long 5th-wheel toyhauler. Loaded. I didn’t ask the price.
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