Thursday, July 28, 2016

Day Trip to the MOUNTAINS

Time to head for the cool Cedar Mountains when our temperatures hit 110+ degrees.
Those green things are trees and Navaho Lake is in the background.

It a real live antelope, this is the land where they roam!
Pastoral setting near Panguitch Lake, so cool and refreshing-would like to live here.
It's a little stream meandering through this little valley.
Panquitch Lake is popular for boating and fishing.
Parowan Canyon another canyon near Cedar City.

3 comments:

wispy willow said...

sigh... leaves me with a hunger to return to the beauty of Southern Utah. I wonder if the four of us would ever take a day trip together. For Pete's sake we roamed all over parts of Oregon together. I liked that trip... a LOT. So did Wayne. Was Allen okay with it? hmmmm now the wheels are turning. But back to the point. These are some lovely photos, Lin. You have a keen, artistic eye. And evidently, a husband who stops the car so you can take a picture. It takes Wayne a solid three miles to pull over. By then whatever I wanted to take a snapshot of is out of walking distance.

Linda Reeder said...

Beautiful, Lin. How much cooler is it there if it is 110 in the desert?

gremhog susan.hatch@gmail.com said...

Home Home on the Range...now I'm going to be singing this song all day long...thank you antelopes