This was a tough shot to get as I had the paddle in one hand trying to steady the kayak and my P&S to take the photo one-handed. But after having paddled for about three hours–this sign broke our silence.
No one should be reminded of this, should he? But time and again, I see this happening not so much with children but with pets. Tourists oftentimes leave their pets in the car while they are in restaurants–not something you want to do in the heat of the desert which is where this was taken.
Someone has a sense of humor–a good thing early in the morning as some people are not “morning people.” Whenever we switch periods at school, I noticed huge changes in certain students during morning and afternoon.
The invasion of a foreign mussel in Lake Mead has prompted them to post this sign. Many times people are unaware when they bring an invasive species 0nto their properties which inevitably makes it into the wild. We must be more vigilant or these species will choke the native ones.
I liked this raven silhouette on this National Park sign in Lake Mead.
Not much time to post–haven’t eaten breakfast or showered or packed my bag. Spent most of the morning taking photos of flowers since it was so lovely–a lovely 61 degrees! Three more days of school–will I endure? The calendar is a sign that tells me I must!
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