The crew and I are into our second week at Cedar Pocket Campground.
Come along with Bridget, Reggie, and me! The sun will set soon!
Reggie wants us to hurry up and go . . .
“Tonight we’ll take the trail.”
The trail begins near the campground entrance and is only two-tenths of a mile long.
It goes up a small hill.
At the trail’s end is a circular area with boards that explain the rocks and how the landscape was formed.
The four directions are marked in the concrete slab.
The air is fresh and cool at this time of day.
Wherever one walks, the massive rocks are part of the experience.
We haven’t camped among Joshua Trees since last winter!
The next scene is looking northwest from the trail.
The day use area hasn’t seen much use since we’ve been here. The person in the photo below has been using it as his own, personal campground, however. Stealth camping!
The next photo is a rare sight!
The reddish part of the triangular rock in the background is usually a light orange or coral color. Recent rain and the light of late day deepen the color of the rock.
At sunset darkness creeps over the campground just as the mountains light up!
Every evening we’re given a dramatic reminder of the majesty around us!
One last look before we go inside for the evening . . . .
The crew likes to turn in early.
“You two look ready for bed! Up you go, Bridgie Baby. Okay, Reggie Man, hop up and get in your spot. Here’s your blue monkey. N’night, cuties . . . .”
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