Ajo, Arizona - December 13, 2019
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-----------------------------------------------------------This morning we woke up around 8 o'clock and the sun was shining. Supposed to get to 70 today. Quite warm.
Had my normal boiled egg breakfast with half a grapefruit and my normal ten Ritz Crackers with peanut butter and cheddar cheese on each. Also had my three cups of coffee. Wanted to show Patsy Chillin' with Patsy what the first Keurig Coffee Maker looks like.
This one still works perfectly and produces great coffee. An old tin percolator coffee pot.
Around 11 o'clock Yuma and I jumped in the Jeep and headed west to see how close we could get to those rock formations I can see from camp and have photographed numerous times.
After passing the cemetery, we kept going and then took a small Jeep road that looked like it was heading in the right direction.
John had mentioned in the comments a few days ago about what Organ Pipe Cactus looked like and I was able to find a few today.
Yuma was ready to head home for the day. Couldn't get him to jump for the camera today.
Tonight is Gold Rush and White Water Gold, so I need to set up the Dish and be ready by six.
See you later.
Looks like another nice day there. Love the "Kuerig"! Good thing you and Yuma made it back in time for Gold Rush. 😀ReplyDelete
It was close 😀but we made it. It was a nice easy day.ReplyDelete
Beautiful landscape photos Doug. The desert sure seems to be extra green this year.ReplyDelete
Thanks Dave. Had quite a bit of rain till this week.Delete
Sure am enjoying the nice clear photos.ReplyDelete
Thank you Al. You're familiar with this area I'm sure.ReplyDelete
I have had the same Kuerig for over 50 years just gave it to a friend this summer and bought a new stainless steel one, they still make the best coffee.ReplyDelete
I agree George. One of these days when it quits working I'll upgrade to a new stainless steel one.😀Delete
The photo of Yuma & the Jeep includes a whole variety of cactus. Love the blue skies, mountains, and wispy clouds - perfect weather. 😎ReplyDelete
Yes it is. And another one today.Delete
Love the Keurig! We actually bought one like yours when we first thought of boondocking but it just didn't do it for us so will stick to our new fangled one. :)ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures and enjoyed the organ pipe cactus ones.
Looks like a big pot hole in that road that Yuma is looking at.
Thank you. It is a little hard to get three cups out of it. There were a number of big pot holes and washes on that road.Delete
LOL . Sometimes Yuma just wants to contemplate Life - instead of jumping all around like a Crazy-Ike. 🎃ReplyDelete
True Moonfly. He does enjoy his walks but he is always glad to go home.Delete
Hahah ..that's what our Keurig looks like too! Love all the pics and the green desert..just too pretty!ReplyDelete
I didn't know so many used this coffee pot. Come in handy when boondocking.ReplyDelete
Love the coffee pot. My dad has one too, he loves it.ReplyDelete
Fantastic photos today. Thanks for sharing.
Yuma's getting older, not as exuberant as in his younger days. He's more dignified now. Haha.
Thank you. Don't think he getting dignified, he's just stubborn. Hope you and Riley have a great day. It's going to be a warm one.ReplyDelete