"One interesting thing about lenticular clouds is that they look like they are perfectly stationary and frozen in time. You may also hear these clouds called altocumular standing lenticularis. They form when a current of moist air is forced upwards as it travels over a mountain, causing the moisture to condense and form a cloud. Sometimes the air is forced into a wave pattern, generating what is known as a wave cloud. Wave clouds can look like strings of discs spreading out from the leeward side of the mountain. They can also form miniature waves which sometimes look exactly like a choppy sea."
So I'm watching people eat nachos and fries and rock out and make out and the grass feels good on my toes and it's great to be jumping up and down to the beat with my kids, but I'm suddenly overcome with wanderlust. I'm wanting the burn of a hot sun. I want arid. I desire bleached bones. Stones. Mud. My toes are aching for cracked earth. My body wants to leave the rolling hills and head straight for the middle of a dust devil.