We are FANCY-PANTS! Boulder Creek Golf Course was ranked as one of Golfweek’s Top 50 Municipal courses for 2013! Granted…we were #48 – but that’s still in the Top 50, People!
I first spied him this morning, sitting on top of the pine tree outside my back fence and managed to get this really nice shot of him. But then he came down for a visit into my yard, so I was pretty psyched! This, my friends, is a Yellow-Headed Blackbird…or a Xanthocephalus, if you are [...]
Don’t get me wrong…I love the sunsets and wildlife shots – but sometimes, there are just moments that BEG for their place in history. And it came to me with the best caption ever, so I had to permanently affix it to the photo for you! Thanks to Fan Kat Henley for sending in this [...]
Well, “Monument” might be a bit of a stretch – but something fun and new has been erected at the top of Wilbur Square. And hey – did you know that the sidewalk path in Wilbur has an actual name? It’s called the “wishbone” because of the way it’s shaped, of course. I learned this [...]
I wish I could use the photo from this Las Vegas Review Journal article…but I’d surely get busted for copyright infringement! You’ll find an article that is interesting enough on the RJ’s website by CLICKING HERE, but what’s super cool are the couple of photos they have there. Check out the guy walking through this [...]
Well, if you live in Boulder City – this really isn’t that earth-shattering…but for those of you who don’t here is the progress on the new CVS that is going in at the corner of Nevada Highway and Buchanan. It will A) be nice to have a spiffy new CVS in town and B) be [...]
Here’s some photos for ya’ll from the Best Dam Barbecue over Memorial Day Weekend…thanks to everyone for coming out for it!
Now, you understand that whenever I go up to random intersections and take photos of odd things – people look at me like I’ve got a screw loose, right? Right. But here is a photo of the new patriotic-themed banners that were hung up and down Nevada Highway this past weekend for ya!
Well, this is just a terrible, terrible shame. I just can’t understand why anyone would go hiking themselves, but especially allow Boy Scouts to go hiking in yesterday’s heat. One 69-year old man died and five people, including four Boy Scouts, were rescued at Lake Mead National Recreation Area yesterday…all suffering from heat-related illnesses. You [...]
On Thursday, Representative Joe Heck made a brief introduction to the House Public Lands Subcommittee about his new bill called HR 2166 – The Good Samaritan Search and Recovery Act of 2013. He recaps two very sad situations from last year where people have gone missing within the Lake Mead Recreational Area and the inability [...]