Cee asked for some dirty pictures for this week’s Fun Foto Challenge, and I have plenty of those. Here are a few favorites from home and various travels.

Tulare County in California is basically an arid semi-desert region except for a few days when the rain falls in inches rather than drops. This is what you get alongside the road because the water doesn’t permeate well.

Kuai, HI

Vince, Cindy, and I had the fortune of seeing a rare mama monk seal in Hawaii. We enjoyed walking on the warm sand. These first two photos also work well for Jez’s Water Water Everywhere Challenge.

Vince and I love to drive an hour from Prescott to hike in Sedona. The red dirt is so fine, your shoes and clothes get filthy, but it’s a good dirty. Now I take hiking sticks to alert me to snake-like branches that might lie unnoticed in my path.

Now it’s your turn.

I love to link challenges, but I don’t always get the challenge names into the title. Hope you are having fun with challenges this week.


21 responses to “CFFC: Sand and Dirt”

  1. Photos by Jez Avatar

    Love the seal, Marsha 👏 & always great to see puddles in WWE 😃

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    1. Marsha Avatar

      That was a great puddle! 🙂

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  2. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

    that red dirt is glorious.. love!
    💖

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    1. Marsha Avatar

      I do too! 🙂

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      1. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

        Makes me want to travel more!💖

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        1. Marsha Avatar

          Good idea!

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          1. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

            leaving tomorrow.. hahahahaha 💖🤣👏

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          2. Marsha Avatar

            I looked up air fares. I hope to fly to Santa Maria in January. It’s only 71 dollars round trip from Phoenix to Santa Maria, I think, on Allegiant Air. What better way to spend an hour in January! 🙂

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          3. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

            wholly molly, you can’t afford not to go. That will be a good getaway!💖

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          4. Marsha Avatar

            Wouldn’t that be fun. I’m waiting on Terri to tell me when she’s coming here so I don’t miss her.

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          5. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

            soooo fun!!!💖💖👏👏 I hope it works..

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          6. Marsha Avatar

            I think it is going to, I just got a message. Yay! 🙂 Now, I hope the tickets are available. Wahoo!

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          7. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

            oh YAY!!!! so awesome 💖👏👏👏

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  3. Jim Borden Avatar

    I’m glad that wasn’t a real snake… 🙂

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    1. Marsha Avatar

      Me, too. LOL

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  4. Cee Neuner Avatar

    That red dirt is something else. I miss it from the few times Colorado has it 😀 Wonderful photos Marsha 😀

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    1. Marsha Avatar

      Yes, CO does have it – Pike’s Peak is red, isn’t it?

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      1. Cee Neuner Avatar

        It is not red, but there is red rock close to Colorado Springs, that is probably what you are remembering 😀

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        1. Marsha Avatar

          That’s where we lived for 3 years. We only went up on Pike’s Peak about three time. Both of our parents couldn’t breathe up there, so we couldn’t walk around. 🙂

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          1. Cee Neuner Avatar

            Ive been up a couple of times too. 😀

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          2. Marsha Avatar

            It’s interesting, but not if you can’t breathe. 🙂

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