Saguaro East

We love hiking in the desert. No, really. We do! It’s beautiful and dangerous, and if you’ve read any of this website, you know we like adventures that fit that description.

Saguaro East

Last year, we fell in love with both parts of Saguaro National Park (east and west). On that Spring Break Trip, Claire completed their Junior Ranger Program, which was one of the most extensive programs we’ve seen in a national park (and she’s done a lot of them!).

This year, we could just play.

…so play, we did.

No filter, just squinty sunshine.

No filter, just squinty sunshine.

Claire and Grandma

Claire and Grandma

Dad and Papa

Dad and Papa

Rock Hunter

Rock Hunter

Hey guys! Don't go!

Hey guys! Don’t go!

So, you know the danger part of the adventure equation? This is the reason we wear shoes when we hike in the desert (as opposed to the awesome hiking sandals we own). I didn’t even know I had this stowaway until we got back to the apartment in Tucson. See it? If I’m pointed the right direction, you can tell time sundial-style with this thing!

Wicked

Wicked

As always, click the above photos to see more detail.

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