We've traveled on the mesa twice. Once in mid-summer and once in early September. Both times were beautiful, but the mid-summer visit was especially spectacular since summer rains had nourished the mesa causing green grasses and wildflowers to flourish.
Here are some pictures:
|Johnson Mesa's highest elevation point is 8,000 feet.|
|The Windmill - a sign of the conquered West|
|I love the wide open spaces of the West.|
Isn't it gorgeous? I think God must own a ranch up here or something.
And this September we captured some antelope on film. See the difference a little rain makes out here?
Across the highway from the antelope was this church:
|Johnson Mesa Church, est. 1897|
Oh yeah. Don't forget your snacks. We love these salt and vinegar potato chips when it's hot outside.
|Mike and the chips|
Have a great Tuesday!