Lord Sandwich once told John Wilkes, “You will die either on the gallows or of the pox,” to which Wilkes replied, “That must depend on whether I embrace your lordship’s principles or your mistress.”
Nice. . .
Onward. This week on the Ailsa blogging network, you’ll need your boots–preferably red or green hairy ones, if you were here last week–and get ready to firm up your thighs, as we head on up to the mountains.
Let’s start in the Pacific Northwest, with a shot taken from the University of Washington which I like to call “Fountain/Mountain”
A little further south, in Oregon:
And for all I know, these are the same ones:
Off to the other side of the world, for the funkiest orange rocks you’ll ever see, Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the Olgas. (So supposedly Uluru is just one big rock, not a mountain, but I didn’t see any of that in Ailsa’s definitions, so. . .)
And just because it’s a beautiful day in the City of Angels, a view from my balcony. . .