The day was crystal clear and temps in the low 80's with a light breeze. Couldn't have been nicer. We brought my craft canopy for some shade and set up a day camp.
On one of my walks, I ran across a number of wee scurrying lizards. Most of these guys were so quick you could just see a tail waving back and forth before they disappeared under a bush. This one posed for me tho.
I think it's a dream of a lot of people to move out somewhere where there is nobody, but I can tell you after yesterday that this is just that kind of place and it's TOO isolated. About 30 miles from a town with just a post office and 10 more miles down a dirt road. I imagine the stars at night would be totally breathtaking tho. I took a string of pictures to make a panorama shot, but each one looked about the same, so here is just one of the scenery.
As for wildlife, there were plenty of flies after our lunch, a beautiful white butterfly that liked the canopy, and this poor thing, beautiful in it's symmetry. Actually, this isn't wild at all, but probably a sheep, as this is sheep country.