I went driving thinking that I might get some pictures of storms or rainbows. By the time I got out to the Superstition Mountains, it looked like the rain had stopped. I stopped on the side of Apache Trail and took a few pictures.
I went into Bulldog Canyon OHV area over there and drove to the top of a hill to see if I could get some sunset pictures. The sun was gone by the time I got there.
It smelled wonderful out there. I love the smell of creosote bushes after a rainstorm.
I hung around out there until is was getting dark. As I drove back to the gate, I realized I didn't have a flashlight. They were all in my backpack, at home in the bedroom. The lock can only be seen from the outside, so my headlights wouldn't do any good. Then I remembered the flashlight app for the Droid, and remembered further that I didn't download it because I thought it was a silly app. Who's silly now?
I had no signal. Couldn't download it. I hoped that I would have a little signal by the time I got to the gate. Just a few hundred feet later, I got a text from my Sweetums. A signal! I downloaded the app and had no trouble getting the gate open.
I was in a store last week and wanted to know the price of something for which the price label had been removed from the shelf. I downloaded the barcode scanner app and looked it up. This Droid is pretty handy. Kinda reminds me of Trinity on The Matrix when she needed to know how to fly a helicopter. Click below to see all of the pictures.