The terrain changed quite a bit since leaving Flagstaff. There are rugged mountains ahead of us. Nancy said the mountains heading from Las Vegas to Reno after crossing the dam are really rugged. Susan wants to see the dam, so we'll be able to see them, then.
She chose a park that is right off the interstate so she doesn't have to unhook. We can sleep in a little in the morning before taking off for Boulder City. We're getting excited about see Susan.
We were outside for a while. I was trying to find shade under the trailer and Nancy was reading. It's hot, but it's breezy, and it is dry.
There probably won't be many pictures, today. Just some of the flowers and me, of course.
I forgot to tell you that last night, Nancy decided she wasn't picking up the clothes rod and clothes, again. So, she rearranged things and put her pants in a bin (I don't know where she thought she was going to fit two bins). She left the shirts hanging, but alas, we arrived with them on the floor. Okay, if that's how you feel about it, she grumbled, I'll fold the shirts, too, so now they are in the bin. She pulled the shower curtain over and yelled, "So be a tub, you stupid thing." Then laughed. Do you think she's been on the road too long?
Okay, the pictures. Miss Teresa, I don't have many labels because they're mostly showers (make that flowers) and you know who I am. Here they are. Unless something exciting happens, today, this will be a short blog. We have no neighbor on one side, so we got to have a desert garden!
Nancy had this labeled "yellow flower". Do you suppose the heat is getting to her?
I'll explain this a little. There was one lone dandelion and Nancy was determined to get a picture of the poor thing, but the wind was blowing. "Stand still," said Nancy, but it continued to go in and out of focus. So, she took matters into her own hands. I hope she doesn't plan to become a professional photographer. Yes, that's her hand.
So I was bored and I barked, what's the big deal?
Nancy just took me to play ball for a while--they have a fenced, actually two fenced, areas. We didn't play too long because she doesn't want me to get sun stroke. We came back and she gave me a bottle of cold water---hmmm, good. Now, we're going to rest until evening when it gets cool. She's going to read her book and I'm going to nap.