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In the Tulies with Birdies, Pistachio's, Petroglyphs and Lava Beds.
White Sands forms the south end of the Tularosa Basin, or Tulie Basin, as some call it.  Truly out in the Tulies, trust me.  Wide open spaces, and also some interesting local places.  High mountains surrounds the 200 mile long basin.  We arose with sun and ...
White Sands forms the south end of the Tularosa Basin, or Tulie Basin, as some call it.  Truly out in the Tulies, trust me.  Wide open spaces, and also some interesting local places.  High mountains surrounds the 200 mile lon...
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in the Clouds
We are just north of Carlsbad New Mexico.  after spending a few days in Texas at Guadalupe mountains National park, we are finally beginning our spring northern migration which will eventually take us to Oregon sometime in June about 2 months from now.  Bee...
We are just north of Carlsbad New Mexico.  after spending a few days in Texas at Guadalupe mountains National park, we are finally beginning our spring northern migration which will eventually take us to Oregon sometime in Ju...
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And Down, Down We Go...Into the Depths - Carlsbad Caverns
You gotta really want to visit Carlsbad to visit Carlsbad Caverns National Park    It is way out of the way.  So is Guadalupe Mountains National Park and fortunately the two are near each other. All the photos below were shot with my iPhone using the Pro HD...
You gotta really want to visit Carlsbad to visit Carlsbad Caverns National Park   It is way out of the way.  So is Guadalupe Mountains National Park and fortunately the two are near each other. All the photos below were shot ...
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Guadalupe Mountains National Park
We are off to the Guadalupe Mountains National Park.  Where in the world is that you ask?  SE New Mexico south of Carlsbad Caverns.  And it is a national park so I get the stamp!! Woo hoo.   Our Rouge from Silver City to Guadalupe Mountains by way of El Pas...
We are off to the Guadalupe Mountains National Park.  Where in the world is that you ask?  SE New Mexico south of Carlsbad Caverns.  And it is a national park so I get the stamp!! Woo hoo.   Our Rouge from Silver City to Gu...
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Who is reading this?
I was just wondering this morning, who is reading this.  The blog is hosted by Google and the comments seem to be in google + which i hardly ever read.  I have been considering switching to wordpress which takes some programming (unless one of you knows how...
I was just wondering this morning, who is reading this.  The blog is hosted by Google and the comments seem to be in google + which i hardly ever read.  I have been considering switching to wordpress which takes some programm...
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I follow your posts from time to time, too, but I'm not really a frequent flyer on G+ ...always enjoy the photos.
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Holloman Lake
Down the hill from Cloudcroft we go in a driving rainstorm, descending about 4500 ft in a short 14 miles.  We elected not to hook up Toad, so Sraddha followed me down. Washing the RV and Bikes Oops, we forgot to put on the bike cover.  When we got to Alamag...
Down the hill from Cloudcroft we go in a driving rainstorm, descending about 4500 ft in a short 14 miles.  We elected not to hook up Toad, so Sraddha followed me down. Washing the RV and Bikes Oops, we forgot to put on the bi...
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Northern Migration - Brantley Lake
After our hike to Devil's Hole we began our northern migration. Headwinds all the way so we don't push it.  We drive 55-60 in a 75 mph road and everyone passes us of course.  Fortunately it was 4 lane clear to Carlsbad Our route.  only 71 miles.  Woo Hoo We...
After our hike to Devil's Hole we began our northern migration. Headwinds all the way so we don't push it.  We drive 55-60 in a 75 mph road and everyone passes us of course.  Fortunately it was 4 lane clear to Carlsbad Our ro...
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Spring has Sprung with Springs and Flowers
When we first began this hike around a loop called "Smith Springs Trail",  I had no idea we would see any wildflowers. The amazing fact is that we saw 25 different species. Really, you ask?  Yes, I counted them up when reviewing my photos. Never saw this va...
When we first began this hike around a loop called "Smith Springs Trail",  I had no idea we would see any wildflowers. The amazing fact is that we saw 25 different species. Really, you ask?  Yes, I counted them up when review...
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Color in Silver City New Mexico
Departing Cave Creek Canyon, we drove 50 miles NE to Lordsburg, New Mexico where we fueled up, propane tanks filled and heade another 50 miles NE to Silver City. We climbed up over the Continental Divide then into Silver City, a wonderful small town, big en...
Departing Cave Creek Canyon, we drove 50 miles NE to Lordsburg, New Mexico where we fueled up, propane tanks filled and heade another 50 miles NE to Silver City. We climbed up over the Continental Divide then into Silver...
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Hummingbird Banding
Can you imagine that those little tykes actually carry around a band on their legs?  There is a scientist in Patagonia, Arizona who founded a Hummingbird monitoring network all over the west coast.  On certain days during the year each of these locations al...
Can you imagine that those little tykes actually carry around a band on their legs?  There is a scientist in Patagonia, Arizona who founded a Hummingbird monitoring network all over the west coast.  On certain days during the...
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Nomadic yogi Geek, traveling the USA in his small RV, who enjoys photography, trains and gadgets. Seeking the light and love wherever it may lead!.

I recently returned to photography as an amateur in order to learn how to see. Always seeking inspiration and uplifting experiences and photos.

"Where is love?  is it in the Flowers?  is it in the mountains?  is it in the sky? " Let's see if we can find it.

Please note: If you add me to your circles if I have not also added you, and you have no information about yourself in your profile, your profile is not in English, you have not posted or shared anything on Google+, and/or we do not have either photography or technology in common, chances are I will not only not add you back, but I may block you. as well. Cameras - Canon 7D - Canon 5DMKIII - Olympus OM-D EM-10 - iPhone 5S -  70-200 mm F2.8 - 1.4 extender - 2x extender - 200-400mm F4 1.4x- 100mm F2.8 Macro - 24-105mm F4-5.6 lens - Computers -  MacBook Air - iPad
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Gaston, Oregon
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sierra foothills - red neck country eastern washington - Seattle - Kansas City - Walla Walla - Tucson, Arizona
We live Full time in our RV and tow our older Jeep Liberty. Our previous neighborhood mechanic recommended we go to a Jeep dealer to get our transmission serviced and we decided, since we were in Death Valley are that Las vegas was close. We originally called a different dealer to be told it would be a week before they could get us in. We called Chapman based upon other reviews. we were not disappointed. They gave us 3 options for times. We chose one then the day before they called to confirm. We asked directions which she provided. We arrived early and were immediately greeted by Anthony, our service advisor who listened patiently as we outlined our needs and issues. He gave us a price and estimated time frame. Offered us a place to sit with Wifi. It all worked out as we hoped. Repairs made, vehicle transmission serviced and LOF performed. We left very happy and would go again
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