The test of an adventure is that when you are in the middle of it, you say to yourself, "Oh, now I've got myself into an awful mess; I wish I were sitting quietly at home." And the sign that something is wrong with you is when you sit quietly at home wishing you were out having lots of adventure. -Thornton Wilder

The nice thing about being confused is you get a chance to notice things a lot better than if you knew where you were going.

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Day 42


Today's attempt to reach The Wall failed also.  The sand dunes were too much for my bike and I to pass through.  They are made up of really fine soft deep sand.  I was having so much trouble with them I didn't think of taking a photo.  Maybe another day.  

So here is a little bit about where I am at Pilot Knob.  The name most likely was given by early pioneers as this "knob" is about the only thing out here and something that can be seen from miles away.  So they used it a guide point.


In more recent times the area was used as a training ground for troops in World War 2.



I think Pilot Knob could be well known for it's sunsets also.



4 comments:

  1. Wow, that might be the most beautiful sunset I've ever seen! So interesting how Patton seemed to cover huge areas of the desert for troop training. I've been out to some really remote areas, and always Patton has been there ahead of me!

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  2. A great spot to use for desert war training.

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  3. Love the sunset. Glad you didn't get into any troubles at the border!

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