Monday, December 21, 2020
Today we will bring in the slides, hook up the Jeep and be off further west. Our destination Ogilby Road. First our morning coffee watching the sun come up over the mountain near us.
The sun's light
just starting to touch the hills
and the bushes around us.
We see the light touching the floor
and desert around us just as it
makes its way above the mountain.
When it finally makes it way above the mountain
everything glistens in its light.
We had a visitor this morning
it kept coming towards the feeder then turning back to
the high branch. After several attempts
it finally decided to take a sip.
Ready to go and I took one last picture of our site.
There goes the Stinger "B" we need to dump and fill our
fresh water tank before we hook up.
It has been a great spot but it is time to move on.
Sunday, December 20, 2020
We had planned on leaving today but decided to stay one more day. Doug and Yuma came over for our last morning chat before they took off for Yuma to get the batteries replaced in the White Lion in the morning. It has been a very enjoyable 9 days parked out here off of Darby Wells Road next door to Doug and Yuma and we look forward to seeing them again down the road.
Yuma running ahead to their rig parked down the road.
Yuma is the co-pilot.
With one last picture, a see you down the road, and a wave
they are off.
We spent part of the day packing up and part of it sitting on our patio.
Just after the sunset we took a ride into Ajo to see if we could see any Christmas Lights around town. The big disappointment was the tree was not lighted. We took a quick ride around town and did see several of the blow ups up and glowing.
Is it just me or does this Santa look a little creepy?
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This was my favorite.
It looks like Mrs. Claus is peeking through the tree branches.
We had planned one last campfire but just as we sat down
to enjoy it the wind picked up and sparks started to fly.
Tom quickly put it out and we retired inside for our
last night in this quiet lovely place.
We are so glad you stopped by!
If you have time to leave a comment we would enjoy hearing from you.
GREAT sentiment!! Merry Christmas Deb and Tom! Maybe I'll catch up with you this winter.ReplyDelete
It would certainly be nice to cross paths sometime Merry Christmas!Delete
Merry Christmas Tom and Deb, all the best this holiday season and in the new year. We are missing our time down there this year and all of our friends. take care, stay safe and healthy.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas! We are missing our friends stuck in the cold of the north this year. Take care, stay warm and stay safe. May the New Year bring only good things to you both.Delete
Love the lights of Ajo!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, to the two of you. Enjoy your special day. I'm sure there will be some video chats in there. :)
For a small town it was surprising how many houses were decorated. Hope your Christmas was special!Delete
Love the sunrise pics! Merry Christmas and have a wonderful day today! Hugs!ReplyDelete
One of the many wonderful things about being out in the desert are the sunrises and sunsets. Merry Christmas! Hugs!Delete
Merry Christmas. Looks like another beautiful day in the desert....sunny and no wind. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas! It was a beautiful day in the desert and we did our best to enjoy it.Delete
Wishing you both a Safe and Merry Christmas with Doug.ReplyDelete
It's about time.
Thank you, Merry Christmas to you both.Delete