The continuing adventures of a fulltime RVer.
OK, that's pretty awesome. Definitely not in the "one cactus looks like the next" department.
Wow, we are going to have to go back there and catch up on all the new ones.
On the list of places to go! Glad youl made it out alive to write this post!
Wow!! That is so very cool. A rust seekers dream come true.
Amazing and wonderful that they are private land but you can still go see them.
Soembody has way too much time on their hands...or too much junk in the backyard! ;c)I'm surprised you didn't help yourself to one or two of those sculptures, they'd look good in your trailer...
Fantastic and they look so good in that setting.
And they say there is nothing new under the sun. Love your rusty stuff.
Hilarious poses with the sculptures!!
Wow! That was fun!
These are amazing with so much detail. And right up your rusty alley too.
Ohmigoodness! These are just awesome. What a talented artist! Thanks for sharing these.
As rusty stuff goes, those are pretty nice:)
I just love all those sculptures! Don't care if they're rusty or not. I always worry about vandals, but I guess so far, so good. Thanks for showing me the new ones.
Must have been pretty hot that day and you all forgot the water.Love the photos.
Are you still in Borrego Springs? We're boondocking East of Peg Leg out here. If you're still in the area and are OK to meet-up lemme know.Nina
This made me cackle out loud with laughter - I just loved it! I especially like the "peril" shots - what fun!!! Glad you were able to share. LOL. One more on my "gotta go see" list. Thanks for sharing! :)
Those are so cool. One of these days I want to go see them myself. And I love your interaction with them!
Great pics as always. Thanks, this looks like another must see for our list.Wayne& Rhonda
fantastic I LOVE THESE! It would be great to see the artist wonder who it is?
the sculptures are by Ricardo Brecedo, displayed at Galleta Meadows Estates, Borrego Springs, California, made possible by the philanthropy of the late Dennis Avery.
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