We went for a quick walk this morning and I do mean quick. It was a lot colder outside than we had anticipated and we quickly wimped out and headed home. But I had time to notice a cactus that I had not paid much attention to before. I’m sure someone can tell me […]
Fort Bowie was established in the mid-1800s to protect Apache Pass. Apache Pass was used by the Butterfield Overland Mail Route and became an important spot to protect due to its year-round water supply, Apache Spring. For over 30 years, it was a sight of major military operations until Geronimo surrendered in 1886 […]
Monday morning was glorious. Blue sky, warm sun, gentle breeze; you couldn’t have asked for a nicer morning in which to walk.
May is my favorite month here in southeast Arizona. The days finally warm up to the 80s, vegetation gets green, and everything blooms. Here is another variety of cactus in blossom.