I love rocks! I am a “Terra Firma” kind of girl. Give me a choice between an ocean cruise or time in the mountains, and I will be packing the hiking gear before you can blink. In fact, Pat and I were married in the Miller Peak Wilderness Area (more on that in November for our anniversary). So it was an easy photo pick for the letter R.
At the Amerind Museum, you can walk around the huge rock formations which are part of the larger Texas Canyon area that I-10 runs through. This is my favorite picture of Pat He had to crawl up inside that hole for me to take this photo-what a sport!
And the Organ Pipe Rocks.
Here is a rock with a number inscribed on it found at the original Charleston Ghost Town just East of here along the San Pedro river. We have never been able to find out the reason for the number. It could have been a mining claim number or an address. Even the BLM Historian didn’t know.
And yesterday we went hiking in the Ramsey Canyon Nature Conservancy area in the Huachuca mountains. The stream was flowing through the rocks! This place is only a 10 minute drive from our house and really beautiful when the leaves turn.
You could say I have rocks in my head.