We’ve all got in-laws and relatives that send our heads spinning. Meet one of mine and follow along in future posts to see how I deal with her!
It’s time for me to get down-to-earth and back to nature. Welcome to the wild and untouched (relatively speaking) American Southwest!
ps Everything is prickly here. Ouch.
There is a pressurized salt bed underneath the sandstone that originally helped create this arch and other structures of Arches National Park. Featured here is landscape arch.
Indian paintbrush is a US spring blooming wildflower, though you will often see it persist through late summer – growing taller with the passing of days. A number of native american tribes have used this plant as a paintbrush – hence the name. This particular paintbrush is a southwest variety.