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Wednesday, February 06, 2019
Saguaro Sunset Shots
February 6, 2019 Big storm blew in last night and I caught these big sweeper clouds on my way home as they rolled in.
Sunset Sweeper Clouds On
North Spur Cross Road
This next one is looking the other way.
When I got home the fireworks continued.
Sunset Saguaros Looking East
Over Ratcliff Ridge
"A horse kicked Mrs. Cecil Coger and broke her leg, two days after her baby son stuck a coat hanger through his tongue." —An item in the Mohave County Miner, 1930s