Awaken To Sun
There's nothing more soothing to me than waking up and beginning a day in the warmth of the sun.
Miniature pams around the pool.
Will learn what these flora are called. They're such a treat to admire!
This was the first time I had a chance to really look at these huge beautiful flowers that bloom on the saguro.
This was one of the hikes in Sedona that I missed last time.
Blooms adorn this cactus in the wild under the hot sun.
One of two spires at the saddle of Boynton is called Kachina Woman and is said to have a vortex.
Rust, blue, green. Whata beautiful land to be seen.
Atop the landing, a man played the flute and sent out a prayer for the world between each tune.
The Heart Man
Other hikers knew him and I was pleased to meet and speak with him at length. He climbs Boynton daily to play his flute and give each hiker a heart carved from the red rock.
It seems the sky goes on forever in Arizona.
Another awesome day.
My "Mesa Parents" and I gathered together many months after we met in Sedona.
We had a wonderful lunch here and laughed the hours away!
We went to Bahama Bucks for frozen slushy treats. I had an exotic mix of sugary, icey goodness!
After a fun day in Mesa, I drove west back to Goodyear.
It's fun to see cactus in the wild AND in residential settings. I'm amused by the variety of shapes, colors and species of cacti.
Back To SkyHarbor
Love the wide lanes and light traffic in the Valley area.
Every time I leave Arizona, I vow to return.