“If you don’t know where you are going, then any road will take you there” said Lewis Carroll. Below, this road goes north in the Moses Coulee to a lake. Good fishing, probably terrific “western” views (you know, dry country, horses, saddles and buckskins).
Fun, but that’s not where I’m going.
Yogi Berra said: “if you don’t know where you are going, you might end up someplace else!” So, traveling a little further into the coulee, there’s another path … this one going south. It’s even more tempting. There are some tiny old mining communities along the road … seldom visited.
Enticing options indeed … but again, not my pick for the next little while. Tortuga reminds me to “focus.”
Beautiful, stark, toasty warm. Perhaps a tour in the future … should the Lord tarry.
We’ll continue on the path we originally set.
Later, in the early evening, along with a little bit of prawns, peppers and onion, it’s time to enjoy our destination.
Tortuga is happy with this choice.