For Your Windows

10:03 TO YUMA

on February 11, 2011

I know the movie was 3:10 to Yuma, but because it actually took us 10 hours and 3 minutes to get to Yuma from Albuquerque yesterday,  I thought it was an appropriate title. I will be here blogging for a few days, which is better than I was doing this week at home for some reason.

Outside the car windows on the way here, it was interesting enough to take several pictures that I will share over the next few blogs, because after all, it was all “outside my windows.”

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So, my first picture was taken coming into Flagstaff, Arizona. Our trip witnessed not one cloud the whole 10 hours and 3 minutes. This shows the contrast of desert and snowcapped peaks. The mountains near there, with summits up to over 12,000 feet, have lots of snow hanging out above the desert terrain.

By the way, 3:10 to Yuma is a great movie. )

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