Sundry and the Rather Blustery Day

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Snow was falling on the mountains across the valley, in the Angeles National Forest as we took off for a run into Lancaster.

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The Antelope Valley was stunning from the vantage point of the 14 North.

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On the way back, the weather front moving in. Taken from the 14 south at the western edge of Palmdale. That ridge is deformation caused by the San Andreas Fault.

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As we hit the pass, snow mixed in with the rain!

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And it had an immediate impact. The guy in the black truck was out, on his cell phone, helping the woman in the spun out vehicle by the time we passed. I love people sometimes.

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Sunny skies at our place. That’s our community to the left of the hill. Snow just a couple of miles away, to the right, on the other side of the 14 from us.  One of the great things about living in the foothills is getting these views of the weather as it moves around us.

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4 thoughts on “Sundry and the Rather Blustery Day

  1. Las Weezas says:

    Very nice. I love clouds and interesting weather.

  2. kitty says:

    It’s easy to see why you love it…beautiful sky and views all around. But maybe the dangerous driving excepted!

  3. Sundry says:

    I guess we all have our dangerous driving moments! 😀

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