Navajo Lake State Park, New Mexico – Day 2

We are still parked here. Thank goodness we have air-conditioning!

Mary continues busy in packing for her trip back home. She’ll begin her trip by catching the Albuquerque Airport Shuttle in Farmington…about 35 miles from here on Tuesday. She has collected/purchased an amazing amount of stuff and is trying to figure out how to get it all back home. The motorhome is not scheduled to arrive back there until  November 2013.

I’m staying busy here by trying to rest and recoup from my injuries of the terrible accident that occurred three weeks ago today. Lot’s of reading. some computer time and playing with my new camera.

Here’s an example of the zoom capacity…

As always you may left click upon an image to see an enlarged view and then click once again to see an even larger view…

Looking out the dinette window…look at just about center at the top of the ridge and you’ll see a small squarish rock outcropping…

A little closer view…

and a closer view…

Pretty neat, huh? These photos do not use the full extent of the 30x optical zoom. Another 30x zoom is also available in digital zoom. All photos are hand-held…no tripod was used.

Here is a panorama looking southeast along the nearby river…

We plan to drive the motorhome to Farmington tomorrow where we’ll do laundry in preparation for Mary’s 7:00 AM departure Tuesday morning. Temperatures here are in the low to 90’s…to danged hot for me! As soon as Mary departs, I’ll head for higher ground.

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3 thoughts on “Navajo Lake State Park, New Mexico – Day 2

  1. Elaine

    Jim, would you send me the link to the camera you bought after the accident? Thanks.

  2. So glad you both are recovering from that horrific accident. I cannot imagine having to go through such a traumatic event, yet you both have been awesome to still share your journeys. Take it slow and easy! You deserve to relax a bit now!

    Might you cite what camera you bought and the lens specs?

    • ramblinmanjimj

      Thanks for your comments. I have a Sony HX200V/ You can see the specs online. Jim

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