Wow, thanks for the positive feedback! I'm glad ya'll have enjoyed.
I don't have a detailed gear list--I have a system that works with gear ready to go any time, so I don't think about it very analytically anymore. However, I can tell you that it was light (~6 lbs) and basic: the only "special consideration" for desert travel was a large (3L) "just in case" water capacity.
These were two day hikes with car camping in between, so I had no camp sites (just slept right at the trailhead, a benefit of BLM land) and brought 1.5 gallons for the ride. I'm not aware of any water sources for this hike or in the nearby area (except for a pump in Goblin Valley SP). That statement implies the main consideration for desert travel: water.
I struggle with the philosophical implications of documenting and reviewing experience; in less high-fallutin' terms, I think hard about these things and sometimes choose to stop taking pictures, stop journaling, stop spending time composing posts. I'm also totally without internet access for months at a time. All to say: I can't promise I'll keep it up, but I hope you enjoy when I do.
 Living in TN/KY/MS until the age of 11 + English having no differentiated second-person plural = I support the use of ya'll.