Monday, January 14, 2013


Granite monoliths rise from the sprawling desert. Their smooth, yellowed faces watch the landscape of Joshua Tree National Park through sweltering heat and bitter cold. For millennia, these formations have grown and changed. In their persistence, they put the brevity of my little life in perspective. 

 This is my first weekend trip of 2013. We camped at Indian Cove- one of two Jtree sites where you can reserve space in advance. Temperatures hung around 45 during the day and dropped into the high 20s at night. It was beautiful, crisp, and clear.

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