Cloud Chasing

As we made the long trip from Camp to Utah and Nevada towards Oregon we were greeted with some of the most astonishing cloud formations we had ever seen. The skies daily offered up a stunning mix of clouds and sun brightening everything around us. Reminding us that life has ups and downs and sunshine and rain but is ever resilient.

“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky” ~ Rabindranath Tagore

At Bryce National Park a cloudy day rendered just enough sun and contrast to further enhance this awe-inspiring natural beauty.

The remote and endless roads of Nevada to Great Basin National Park brought with it a new set of clouds perched high above the hills.

Keep your feet on the ground and your head in the clouds”

Oregon is famous for cloudy skies to be sure. But when they produce a sunset scene this spectacular you can almost forgive the weather.

We were happy to see clouds mixed with clear skies by the time we made it through the smoke that was California.

Let’s build us a happy, little cloud that floats around the sky” Bob Ross

” Every cloud has a silver lining”

And, of course, Baja did not disappoint with the harsh arid landscape bringing with it some of the more amazing cloud formations we have ever witnessed.

” I see skies of blue and clouds of white and I think to myself What a Wonderful World” ~ Louis Armstrong

As Christmas approaches and a new season is upon us, cheers to having a mix of both sun and clouds. We wish all of our friends around the world the happiest of holidays and blessings for a new year.

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2 thoughts on “Cloud Chasing

  1. I’m thinking of wintering in Baja Sur, but met a guy from Mexico the other day who was motorcycling in a very remote area of Nevada. After stopping to get me to take his picture, he laughinly assured me they’d steal everything but I’d be fine.

    Any advice? I travel in a 1996 Geo Tracker 4dr. blog: Wahnfried der Nomad.

    Merry Solstice!!!!


    • Hi Michael,

      I wouldn’t worry about travel in Mexico any more than most places. Certainly, it’s always smart to be aware of local events and pay attention but we have been traveling throughout the country for nearly four years now and have never had an issue. Travel well!

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