Here’s another reminder of the amazing wonders of God’s beautiful creation and the joy to be found out there. May you seek that joy throughout the year and be held in moments of soul-stirring beauty.
Early spring is a good time to visit Death Valley. We were there in March of 1977. The weather was perfect for day tours and hikes. Flowers continued to bloom the whole month long. We did experience a dust storm one day, and you can see the smoke trees in the painting are bending with the wind.
. . . A light breeze kicks up the morning the crew starts out for Titus Canyon. Since we drove that Canyon last week, I opt for a solitary day in camp. My stroll around the campground is cut short by small gusts of wind that scatter sand across the path. Back in the trailer I close windows. Before long, dust blows everywhere, and I can’t see past the smoke trees across the way…Excerpt from: The Road to Beaver Park, p. 98.
Happy New Year!