1/27/15

The Rest of the Story...Q and Yuma

YUMA...Yearly Unorganized Migration of the Aged!  

This was printed on one of our pamphlets from the Kofa Ko-Op.

Don't know why I could not add more photos to the last post!  I'm not accustom to using the Blogger format....normally use Windows Live Writer but also been having problems with Live Writer.

Sylvester in his new harness.




Our spot just off Dome Rock Road.


David and Duke.




These are the same sunset..about 30 seconds apart! Dome Rock

David just informed me the refrigerator's off!  I must have washed too vigorously around the vent...fingers crossed I can get it going again!!















17 comments:

  1. Sylvester is quite striking in his harness!
    So glad i got to see you a couple of times (even if you don't make it back for the fiberglass rally. Travel well and be happy!

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  2. Yes, he is quite handsome and he does not seem to mind it.
    Imagine it will take something spectacular to keep us away from the gathering. Hope to see you again.

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  3. Thirty second sunset updates magical!!!

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    1. Magical...great way to describe it!

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  4. Thirty second sunset updates magical!!!

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  5. Sylvester looks very handsome in his new harness. Elvis tried wriggling his way out of it the other day and could not do it, so I think this will be a good one.
    The sunrises and sunsets here in Q have been amazing this year. On our way back to Phoenix today for yet another doctor appointment. Hope David is doing well.

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    1. Hope all is well at the drs! David must retest by the 9th...level not coming up.

      Looking forward to returning to mtns in the Tonto.

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  6. Love the color variations in your 30 second sunset pics!!! Very nice!!
    I've been on warfarin for a year now and I can tell you from experience it takes awhile to get in therapeutic range. I was having to have my blood drawn every week for a very long time. I am now going almost month. Tell David to hang in there....it will get there!!! Thanks for the info on getting the blood drawn on the road. :-)

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  7. Hey..
    glad to help. The drs office is cooperating...giving us some slack about the timing of the tests. Currently back in the boonies....Clark Dry Lake .

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  8. Super shots of the sunset...I like your 30 second exposure idea...you could use those to make a "HDR" shot... :) You Guys seem to be really enjoying your time..God knows you've earned it!!!...Happy Trails....Horst sends

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    1. Thanks, Horst! We love the southwest in the winter...and I just love the West. Things are going very well....peacefully boondocking at the moment.
      Need to experiment with the hdr.

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  9. I love sunset pictures. And yours are gorgeous. Hope all is going well with the doctor appointments.

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    1. Thank you for your nice words and a big "thanks" for your part in blogger fest! Super idea!
      Everything is good in the Casita...we are getting in some alone time...preparing for the big fiberglass rally at Dome Rock next weekend.

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  10. Sylvester is adorable. Glad he doesn't mind the harness. :)

    I would never have believed that one sunset could morph so quickly into another scene altogether! Gorgeous eye candy!

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    1. Good to hear from you...glad you made it to Salt Springs. Loved seeing the familiar places.

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  11. The sunsets are incredible, Lynne. Keep them coming. I could turn the into a screen saver! Where did you find Sylvester's harness? It looks like a comfortable one.

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    1. The sunsets are a big part of the desert's magic.
      We bought the harness in a booth during the big RV SHOW at Quartzsite. ..made for a small dog...he seems to like it.

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