Ben Avery's campground the Arctic Fox in the background
I tried to go to the pioneer living history Museum this morning, it's only three or four miles from Ben Avery's. But when I got to the parking lot there were two large school buses dropping off a full load of what looked like junior high school kids. And as much as I love to see kids learn about history, Lord knows not much of it is taught in school anymore, I decided I would just wait and go tomorrow morning when there was less chance of me being trampled.
I walked around the campground this afternoon and took a few pictures. And it seems like the longer I stay here the more I like this campground. And for $12 a day, or $50 a week, or $150 a month to dry camp its pretty reasonable compared to other places I've seen.
Saguaro cactus with many arms Ben Avery's campground
Fishhook cactus Ben Avery's campground
Palo Verde tree Blossoms Ben Avery's campground
The bones of a Saguaro cactus Ben Avery's campground