Desert Pictures For A Saturday

I don’t think I’ve mentioned that the new Mustang GT I bought is the first new car, as opposed to used, I’ve owned in 11 years. The last new car I acquired was a 2011 Infiniti G37x coupe. The longer I had that car, the less I liked it. I know I have written that and the following before, but the CVT–Continuously Variable Transmission–was just awful and I could not ascertain how bad it was during a 15-minute test drive. Here’s hoping I don’t eventually feel that way about the Mustang. So far, so good.



I don’t know if it was the title, but yesterday’s post did not inspire readership. In general, the surge in blog views and visitors of which I have written seems to have faded. I can’t explain why just as I can’t explain the surge, which lasted about four weeks, in the first place. I welcome thoughtful feedback and constructive criticism.


OK, here are the pictures. Sorry, Lyle.



The first two pictures were not taken on the same day.




Nope, that rainbow is not Photoshopped in; I don’t even know how to use PhotoShop. Given how ominous the skies looked yesterday afternoon, the amount of rain we received was a disappointment. That rainbow sky made up for it, though.





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2 thoughts on “Desert Pictures For A Saturday

  1. Nice pics.
    Ok, if you allow me, I will share a little bit more about my Nissan dealership experience. About 2 months ago I was transferred to a bigger shop, in Richmond Hill, Ontario, and during this time, we have replaced 15 CVT transmissions. I guess is not only awful to drive a Nissan car equipped with CVT transmission but to make matters even worse, the product itself is not reliable at all.


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