Here are a few 360° views and a video from today’s jaunt up the hill and down to Painters Cove.
There wasn’t a clear path, but I was determined to see what was on the other side of the hill. Just call me Kevino Vespucci. 😂
So… why don’t I just post these to Facebook?
I have a love/hate relationship with Facebook. I know it is what all of the cool kids are using these days. 😛 Still, I am not one of the cool kids. 😛
Truth… I don’t like the idea of being a commodity, and that is what we all are to Facebook. Huh, you say?
Did you know that as of January 2016, a US or Canadian user is worth $13.54 each quarter to Facebook?
Sure… I get it. Facebook is a necessary evil, and I will continue to post as much as always. I just consider this as my way of giving “the man” the finger. Sure… it is a tiny
Trump-sized baby’s middle finger. Still, my shit is my shit (until Google starts placing subliminal messaging in the Photospheres). 😛
OK… enough of that, back to our regularly scheduled programming. 😀
If you look across Lake Mead, you can clearly see the water line. The lake hasn’t reached it’s capacity since 1983 due to a combination of drought and increased water demand.
There are shells all along the hills. You will even find them back at my campsite.
Exploration and relaxation… it was a great way to spend my day. Hell… it is a great way to spend every day.