Back to Arrowcreek trail

It’s been a while since I lasted did a post.  I have been busy working on several novels.  I am in one of those break periods when an author should spend some time away from the manuscript, so that later, one can edit the project with keener vision.

So I took a hike back to a spot that I photographed some years ago.  It was back on May 13, 2014 and was called Lower Thomas Creek Trail.  I tend to call it Arrowcreek because of the housing development that is in that area.  Looking back to the photos that I took then….not much has changed.  I think it is a little greener due to the better water conditions.  Some of the vegetation is denser, but there were less flowers.  I also think the old car had aged more and it had more vegetation growing up close to it.  If I wait another four years to see it again, I may not be able to find it.

I hope you enjoy some of the images I took on this little hike.

There were more of these back in 2014…

Mt Rose looks pretty in the distance

The water was running more aggressively this time, which is good for the area in general.

Here is the old car. My Mom thinks this got lodged here during a flash flood that happened during the mid sixties. There were no houses in this area during that time.

Trail comes back to a nice little park good for kids.

Hope you enjoyed the pictures.

G.Winkler ©2018

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Gretchen Winkler is a Writer, Artist, Radio Show Co-Host, Costume Designer, and ordered Knight. For the past 20 years she has authored several informational websites, started several technical companies, and has been an avid student of art, literature, history, technology.

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Posted in Digital Photography, Flowers, Nevada, Photography, Travel

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