A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.





Saturday, October 28, 2017

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Owl Canyon, Barstow, California

On another day I went off to explore a neighboring canyon over the ridge from our home site.
Early on into the hike I came across this.


I never did see anymore numbered sign posts.  
There is nothing in the campground that says anything about a self-guided nature trail.
I see some of the strangest things on my walkabouts in the desert.


A view of the tremendous forces at work tilting the landscape.


Eventually the canyon narrowed to where there would be a bunch of  "bouldering" involved.  That's climbing over large rocks and I am not into that all that much in these years of my life, so I turned back.  Plus it would be just my luck another one of those huge slabs of rock may decided to come tumbling down from the cliff high above.



3 comments:

  1. Fantastic "western" landscapes. One can easily imagine the Lone Ranger and Tonto appearing over the crest of a hill.

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  2. Impressive landscapes, that nr.2 is mysterious...

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  3. Come with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear..... the Lone Ranger rides again!!!!!

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