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After a bit of which way should we go now – they went that away!
Besides signs at the museum here that warned you to watch out for snakes (I kept my eyes open but was banking on them being in hibernation) and arrows directing you to stay on the walking paths, there were also … Continue reading
The Apache Trail that is. A quick back track here first. I read that on New Years Day bikers just appear out of nowhere for an unofficial/official get together at the Tortilla Flats restaurant that I featured here; this is … Continue reading
According to the sign at the very windy that day lookout point, Fish Creek Hill is famous for it’s winding, steep and narrow descent. While the view of the mountains and canyons were spectacular I can imagine it being even … Continue reading
This photo was taken from the other side of the bridge shown in yesterdays post. Its location is right at the point where we were no longer driving down a very steep road and things were beginning to level out; … Continue reading
F 7.1 – ISO 160 – 1/30 – 35mm – Canon 5D MarkIII – Hand held while on a one lane bridge watching out for cars and getting out of the way a few times when one was coming!
The saguaro (/səˈwɑːroʊ/, Spanish pronunciation: [saˈɣwaɾo]) (Carnegiea gigantea) is an arborescent (tree-like) cactus species in the monotypic genus Carnegiea, which can grow to be over 70 feet (21 m) tall. It is native to the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, the Mexican State … Continue reading
It’s a bit disheartening to see these power lines midst such spectacular natural surroundings but I suppose it’s the price we pay for having electricity in remote places. Can you just imagine though what these workmen had to go through … Continue reading
This is a must stop when traveling the Apache Trail; it’s touristy but it is so worth it! By the time your arrive here if you are a bit parched or hankering for a hunk of hamburger then please stop … Continue reading