Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center
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... ranges are still ever present, but the rolling foothills at their base don't have that same desert scrub look. One of my favorite parts of traveling, is seeing all the different types of geographical landscapes our country has to offer.
On our way through the the foothills, we saw a large group of Pronghorns grazing on the dried grasses of the high desert. They saw us and, as if on cue, they all ...
... Apache threat and secure the border with Mexico. The area is so desolate and barren, as an old army description of the fort states, "It's the only fort in the Continental United States where you can go AWOL for three days and they can still see you leaving"! So, as you can imagine, there is an abundance of wildlife here.
We are spending the month of December here, so there will be ...
After seven months and two days, over 12,000 miles on the coach, and over 7,000 miles on the Jeep, we arrived home!
This was our longest trip in terms of miles and time, but it was well worth it.
We checked off several "bucket list" items, saw the most northeast corner of North America and the US, as well as the most southeast corner of the US, saw a lot of beautiful country, and met a bunch of ...
... changing. Gone was the 100+ degree heat and coming on the horizon was a very unseasonal storm. The area got lots of rain in September too which is why it looks like springtime around here – wild flowers abound and much of the desert is covered with greenery.
Rain, rain, go away (or go to California). And the worst thing about it was that the coming rain obscured our much anticipated viewing of the Blood Moon – full lunar ...
... bird and ranges in central Mexico and barely into Arizona and the most southern corner of New Mexico. Sitings are rare. Our friend Don, who inspired us to get out and bird more often, has been looking for five or six years without success. The bird usual roosts at eye-level. We spread out and keep a keen eye out for him. Suddenly, our MT hunter friend spotted him! I panicked, of course, not wanting to miss the opportunity of a bird's ...