Today’s one of those days when the words are slow coming.
I’m still in the Moab area due to snow in the mountains.
So, here’s a few more pictures from around camp. Spring may be slow in coming to the Rockies, but it’s certainly arrived here.
I’m still enjoying the company of Kelly and Marshall. Last year I boondocked alone almost exclusively, this year I’ve been camping with others a lot more.
Both have been good experiences. I like more alone time than most people it seems, and having neighbors who understand that is great. We go on hikes together, but most of the day I’m in the Casita working.
Working on what? I’m pleased to announce that Interstellar Orchard is finally going to have a dedicated YouTube channel! I’m in the process of editing all the old videos now – no more ten second raw clips strung together haphazardly in a playlist. It’s taking time though.
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