The hiking season has wound down, so there are no more adventures to document until the fall.
In “packing up” I selected a few last images from this spring which didn’t rate a “story” but which I wanted to put here for viewing.
Ocotillo bloom at Meridian trailhead
Chuparosa and brittlebush on Jacobs crosscut trail
Ponderosa forest in Sierra Ancha mountains near Reynold Creek trailhead
Globe mallow and brittlebush on Jacobs crosscut trail
Red rock along AZ288 to Young
A peek at Roosevelt Lake from Globe-Young highway
Sunset from Lost Dutchman park
Happy Trails to all of you. See you next season.
Have a great summer.
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We haven’t hiked with the Canyon Vista group for a few years, but we sure enjoy seeing your pictures. Hopefully we can get in a few hikes next year.
Bruce & Geri Eaket
Thanks for one last look at some of your beautiful pics. The 2 from Jacob’s Crosscut were the ones I was thinking about when I talked to you about possibly getting one more of your pics. It’s good cuz one is up and down, the other sideways. So I just have to figure out artistically which one will look better on the wall. If I decide that an up and down one would look better, then I have to decide if I want the Crosscut one OR the beautiful Ocotillo pic! That is my very favorite plant out here, so to have one of your pics of it would be great. So I’ll play around with looking at 3 pics and see which additional one I think would look best. And also if I would want another big one or maybe an 8 x 10 instead. I will let you know. Excited thinking that I get to have more more of your gorgeous pics! Have a great summer! Hope the fishing is good! See you in December. Oh, and thank you once again for all your patient help as we hiked & took pictures together.
Thanks Hans for a last look at the desert. Pictures are beautiful as always.