At all times! To all persons. Regardless of status. Whether educated or not. No one can make me feel inferior now. Gone were the days, When I just let other people had their way, Because they were somebody, Or, the family was known in the community. Or, they […]
I have rediscovered the outdoor life! I grew up in a small village. As a young girl I used to help worked on the farm. I studied and worked in the city. I taught for more than 20 years in a university. For a while I had no […]
No luck yet with the buck (male deer). We saw a doe (female deer) last Saturday at the Superstition Wilderness. Doe is for reproduction not for hunting. The hunting tag is for the buck not for a doe. When I saw the doe through my binoculars I saw […]
It was such a very memorable experience travelling to the Rogers Trough Trailhead for our deer hunting at the Superstition Wilderness. It was so long a ride. It’s about 13 miles of dirt road from the Queen Valley Road. The road is bumpy on most parts. It’s narrow. […]
The Saguaros are the largest cactus in the United States. They are known to be found exclusively in the Sonoran desert. It is estimated that they can live to be as much as 150-200 years old. On our way to the Superstition wilderness for deer hunting I’ve seen […]
I find these wild flowers add to the mystique of the mountain. There are the Pink Ones. Along the dusty road. The Little Purple Ones. The Yellows. Their beauty prompts people to stop and take a snapshot. They are almost everywhere. Even if the mountain is almost dry […]
It’s first day of the deer hunting season! Though we haven’t spotted any deer yet. I enjoyed the trip on the mountain near the Apache Lake. The Saguaros are beautiful! I am sharing with you these pictures. I hope you enjoy! It was so windy. I was so […]
So windy, so cold up there on the mountain. But soooo beautiful!