You forget how blinding the mountain sun is, until a. you are sunburnt in a matter of minutes or b. you are trying to take a picture. I had intentions to take a zillion pictures yesterday, but I was scorned by the sun. We are getting to the creek extra early today, which means beautiful morning sun. If there’s anything to get up early for, its good lighting!
Twin lakes shot. Because everyone’s doing it.Our tribe visited the Indian Caves. (Hard to believe those white kids are Native American, haha!) I couldn’t go in, it’s just too claustrophobic… I would have made a bad squaw!She swore she heard something in the tree, and I swore she was crazy. Then a deadly chipmunk ran out toward us. Which explains this stressing 2nd photo. If everything, looks crooked in that photo above, it is! That’s a dreaded California fault-line. This one split straight into the mountain…those faults are all around us at home!!Finished off the day at the lake and eating organic barbecued chicken (from our favorite Diamond Mountain Ranch). It got super windy toward sunset and now my cheeks have that slapped, hot-red look/feel. I’m lathered in beauty products, hoping it doesn’t get worse. As much as I love it up here, I don’t know if I would ever get used to the static and dry-ness!