Arizona-Cave Creek 2010 travel blog

Rick, it's your turn to deal in our cribbage game

mexican poppies

lupine

bluebells

visitors center in Cave Creek

 

 

double rainbow at the campground

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parker Canyon Lake

mexican jay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

San Pedro Valley

 

truck for tracking illegals

copper mining by Benson

 

Benson historical buildings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tombstone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the Errps and Doc Holiday

 

 

 

costas hummingbird

 

 

 


The first few pictures were taken at the Cave Creek campground the first week in March. The flowers are on the trails we hike and photo 6&7 are when Rick hiked on Elephant mountain.

On March 11 went took a little trip to Southern AZ. The next photos of the different vegetation and flowers were at a park in Tucson. Then we headed south to Parker Canyon Lake and spent 2 days camping there. Very nice!! Rick hiked all the way around the lake,4 miles. Elevation about 5600 ft. The park was about 6 miles from Mexico. Then we went through the Coronado National Forest,quite a high mountain drive. You could see for miles.

Next stop was Benson, copper mining town. Cute shops and historical buildings.

Last stop was Tombstone. Guess you all know the story at the O.K. Corral! More shops and history. Nice time.

We are back at the campground for awhile. Can't beat the weather-80's* and lots of sunshine.

The last photos of the hummingbird and the flowers were taken along the trail at the campground at Cave Creek.

Again, sorry for so long in between posts, but we only have service if we go to a wi-fi spot.

We will be home in early May.

Hope the snow will all be gone by then.

Take care to everyone, and say "Hello" to all.

Rick and Rose



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