Sunday, May 16, 2010

Snow and Dust Storms

The other day when we drove from Alamosa back to South Fork we encountered a heck of a dust storm.  The farmers are getting their fields ready to plant potatoes, so some of this is soil being swept into the air.

Sand Storm (1) Sand Storm (2)
Sand Storm (3) Sand Storm (4)
Sand Storm (5) Sand Storm (6)

Here are the photos I took the other day when we got snowed on.

Spring Snow (2) Spring Snow (3)

Spring Snow (1)

We continue to have a rip-roaring time with our friends, Rich and Terri. They came over for dinner and we laughed so hard until we were silly!  Love these guys and are happy they will be traveling with us this winter.

Fun Deacons

Time to fill the water reservoir in the composting toilets and get them working.  Also I have a bunch of paperwork to sort through and file.  So you have a good day and we’ll see you here again soon.

Remember, you are loved.

1 comment:

  1. Great Skype Video chat today. Was also cool to meet new workamper/friends where you are. Looks like we will have quite a crew at Campbellsville. 28" of snow on the ground at cumbres pass today. The North side of the road into Trujillo Meadows is always much deeper as it is several hundred feet higher and on the North side. Storms here today, slowing our loading process. See you guys soon.
    harm & bett


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