Rainy Ravens and Sunny Rainbows
I mentioned the other day that last weekend was pretty rainy, and chilly. Which is fine, unless you’re out in it all day selling art. Oh well, such is the life.
The morning we were getting ready to go, we could hear ravens right outside the RV. There were a couple of trees near us, and there was a pair of ravens sitting in one of them. Getting soaked. It rained pretty good on Monday morning, but they didn’t seem too bothered by it all.
I was able to open the window of the RV, and stick my camera out to get photos. This worked good, as I’m sure they would have flown off if I had opened the door.
They were definitely a couple. They were talking to each, grooming each other, and obviously enjoying each others company.
I took this image and added some textures to it, giving it a different look.
We heard about an art show in Tucson this weekend from one of the artists at last weekends show. I checked with them on Monday morning, they had a couple spots left, so we headed to Tucson. That’s one good thing about the RV life, you can make or change plans at a moments notice. Usually.
The only place we could find that had RV spots was the Gilbert Ray campground in Tucson Mountain state park. We stayed here a couple years ago, and really liked it. It’s far from everything, and way far from the show we are doing, but it’s a nice, quite campground. Tuesday afternoon was kinda rainy again, but as the sun was going down, things cleared and gave us a rainbow.
This really is a beautiful part of Arizona. So green, and the mountains are gorgeous.
Saguaro ribs. I am so fascinated with the saguaro cactus, they are just so unique. This part of the state has a ton of cactus, and I love that.
We are enjoying our in between art show time, and even though it’s cold, doing a little exploring. So more photos I’m sure.