Some Scenes from Yesterday’s “Daycation”: Mormon Rocks

This area is called Mormon Rocks. Didn’t see Mitt Romney.

If we win the lottery, we’ll take that Alaska or Mediterranean cruise or a lovely jaunt to Florence and Venice.  Till then, we find beauty on our daycations close to home.  And I capture them in my camera!

Only losers go to places like Paris and Copenhagen and Madrid.  The really cool folks go to the desert.  Next stop:  Death Valley!

I like the little hearts on the thorny bush. Something philosophical there, I think. 🙂

Wyrm rises!!!

About apronheadlilly

wife and mother, musician, composer / poet, teacher, and observer of the world, flawed Christ-follower
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17 Responses to Some Scenes from Yesterday’s “Daycation”: Mormon Rocks

  1. Very nice pictures, impressive rock formations. I am in the same mode lately–stay/daycations and Olympics competition viewing (swimming and gymnastics are consuming me) LOL

  2. Perfect plan! I’ll be routing for you on that lottery thing.
    In the meantime, enjoy your daycations–you have some truly spectacular surroundings.

  3. Vicki says:

    what a great place to visit.. love the photos, and I wonder why they call them Mormon rocks?

  4. dorannrule says:

    I am hugely impressed with your daycation!

  5. very lovely. i like the last and the second pic, they look serene and well-framed? i don’t know…but i love looking at them, ms. lily… regards 😉

  6. Shez says:

    I love your photos. People take vacations? Perhaps we’ll be able to squeeze in a day trip to somewhere besides work and Costco before the weather turns. 😉

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