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... Wildlife Refuge. Ajo's year round population is about 2500 and it doubles in the winter with seasonals - mostly retirees. The historic buildings are beautiful there- old Mission buildings, now churches, and old train depot, now visitor center and plaza. Our campsite on BLM land is beautiful and it's nowhere near the large operation that we experienced in Imperial Dam- much less populated. We feel much more at home here. Peaceful and content. Our kind of ...
... been communicating through pictures chiseled on rock. We missed seeing the ones out of Lo de Marcos in Mexico because not being half goat, were unable to do the rock clambering necessary. But these you can just walk right up to! They're incredible. You feel like you're walking on hallowed ground as you circle the hill where they're concentrated. BLM operates the site and the campground next door and they're both ...
... roads I have ever ridden. The desert landscape with giant saguaro cacti, a setting sun and the Coyote Mountains as a backdrop...it was sublime. As we reached Ajo for a fuel stop and with nightfall fast approaching, Ajo became our stop for the night. If you're ever in Arizona, you should travel highway 86 as it is a brilliant scenic road. Onto California today and nearing the end of our ...
Puerto Blanco Drive: first we had to get a permit… not a problem since we come with the bike – there are only 5 cars allowed a day. And very important: stay clear of Mexicans and illegal dealings… the big question is: what’s worse hiking in the hot desert or biking in the hot desert… oh by the way: you need a lot of water either way.
On the Desert View trail we had ...
... worrisome. When we were checking in to get our permit to hike this trail, we had to be warned about a few dangers....WHAT? I looked at Rusty and he didn't look worried so I took a couple of deep breaths and said ok let's do this. First danger, at the springs there would be bees, not our normal non-aggressive bees but "African-ized" bees. Yip those very aggressive bees from Africa mixed with a little of our non-aggressive bees would be all around the water and ...