Yesterday I posted about our wintry day in Bisbee. Today I’m sharing the pictures I took on our drive back home to Sierra Vista.

It was an unusual day for southeastern Arizona, although one to be anticipated now and again during the winter. The temperature was in the thirties, the wind was blowing hard from the west, clouds hung low over the mountains, and snow swirled off and on. And yet, just a few miles to the north, you could see the sun shining brightly and by the time we got home, the snow as gone.

snow on the Huachuca Mountains

snow on the Huachuca Mountains

looking southwest into Mexico

Looking southwest into Mexico.

clouds and snow on the Huachuca Mountains

The Huachuca Mountains

Some days I love living here!