Rolling in to Roosevelt Lake

Long hot day today in the Superstition Mountain Wilderness. This part of the AZT is uncharacteristically steep and rocky and dry.

I bypassed a few stock ponds before I found some water that didn’t scare me

Saw some interesting wood

A huge (and living) alligator juniper

A pinkish white version of my favorite flower

Some great cacti

And some beautiful scenery

I see one or two rattlesnakes almost every day around 4 pm.

This guy was not too active but completely blocked the trail

350 miles into this thing,

Junco

One comment

  1. Sally D'Antonio · April 9

    That alligator juniper is massive!

    Like

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