Clicking a pic is a sign of decisiveness and a devil may care attitude.
I believe this is a Spathiphyllum, but it might be a Zantedeschia aethiopica.
I've decided that tomorrow will be a good day to leave for Alamosa in southern Colorado. As usual, I'll probably leave about 9:30 in the morning, which gives Denver traffic time to die down a little bit. At which point, I will take Highway 285 up into the mountains and then 17 to Alamosa. It's a bit over 200 miles, the scenery is pretty, and I'm in no hurry.
I figure I'll stay at the State Wildlife Area where I stayed when I was visiting Sand Dunes National Park a couple of weeks ago. It's free, very few people there, and since there's a lake, I might get lucky enough to see a Sandhill Crane at the Lake instead of having to drive all over the San Luis Valley trying to find one.
The truck is all topped up with fuel, the ice chest is full of ice, and the ice is full of food and drinks. I have two full 5-gallon propane tanks in the little Bronco, which should be more than enough to get me through a week of chilly weather. The solar panels are clean, and its two batteries are fully charged.
Everything is loaded up except the things I can't put in the camper until tomorrow morning, such as my laptops and all the paraphernalia they require like a trackball, MiFi for Internet, headphones, and all the associated wires and charging cables.
It's hard to believe I used to travel without a computer, a phone, or even a camera. And It's truly amazing how complicated life can become with all this technology we use every day. But despite that, this technology brings me a lot of pleasure and my life would be more boring without it.
The weather is getting colder so it's getting harder for the bees to find some food.