There is just a month left of our first summer living in the hi-desert, and we have been loving it here. We hope this is only the first of many years living at Casa de Gamma.
This is where the land of the Joshua Trees meet the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains. The air is clear, and the clouds and summer thunderstorms keep the daytime skies interesting… but when the sky is blue, it’s impossibly blue.
Here’s a small collection of photos from the last month of the clouds and skies in our new neighborhood.
August 12 – I stepped out front to have my evening coffee and let Suki hunt lizards while waiting for Tania to get home. I looked up and… Sunbeams – just sitting there looking all majestic and everything!
August 11 – UFO clouds over Gamma Gulch…
August 12 – Today’s moment of hi-desert heaven…
There is a thunderstorm north of here, just over Black Mountain, and another one to the southeast over Yucca Mesa (according to the weather map). Here in Gamma Gulch, between the storms, the weather is warm and humid with cooling gusts of wind that howls through the windows.
We were told when we moved here that Gamma Gulch has a special weather vortex. After 9 months here I tend to believe that now.
August 10 – I think Maxfield Parrish painted our sunset on this evening.
July 13 – 30 second exposure on a super moon night with stars and clouds…
August 17 – Impossibly blue.