Cairn just over the property line in BLM territory overlooking our property.
The view from said cairn on the promentory
You can almost see the pyramid.
Oh wait, there it is. (Zoom on our camera is pretty good.)
Wife: Queen of all she surveys.
Other side of the cairn, looking towards what I call the Dune Sea.
I call these the Shark Tooth Mountains. Don't bother to correct me.
Pyramid isn't holding up so well after only one month. Not really surprised, we had to leave in a hurry and didn't have time to properly finish and seal it. Some good proof of concept successes and it still looks cool. It was never meant to be a permanent structure; it'll just be coming down sooner than we had hoped. In the mean time it's a good place to store stuff out of the elements until we can get up there again.
The very beginning of the land-bridge that will allow us to get our little Honda Civic onto the driveway so we don't have to carry stuff quite so far in from the road. It's good exercise, but it eats up valuable time we could be spending actually working.