I've been putting up so many horse pictures that I decided to give everyone a break and take pictures of something else. But that doesn't mean I'm out of horse pictures yet, I still have a few more.
The cold front swept through Arizona last night, bringing a tiny amount of rain, barely enough to wet the ground, high winds for a couple of hours, and temperatures in the high 30s. But this morning dawned clear, bright, and the highs made it into the 60s.
My time at Ben Avery's is almost up since I have to pull out of here Friday morning. I still assume that I'm going to Picacho State Park. But, on the way to Picacho State Park, I have to drive past the turnoff that would normally take me to Ajo, Arizona, and I enjoy being there so much that being so close and yet having to pass it by is going to be painful. But just like Yuma, I haven't heard anything good about the illegals pouring across the border at Ajo lately.
The first chance I get, I'm going to Walmart and get my Bat flu booster shot. I'm supposed to wait for six months since I got my last shot, and December is six months. So I don't know if any of that is doing me any good or not, and just like at the beginning of all this, I still feel like being around as few people as possible gives people my age the best chance of not getting sick.
A Saguaro Cactus in the desert... About as Arizona as you can get.
A 10 foot tall Rope Cactus, and yeah that's pretty big.
The lowly shower room at Ben Avery's campground. There's three of them in this campground and they're usually not worth taking a picture of, unless you've been boondocking for a looong time taking nothing but bird-baths, and then it's a magical place with unlimited hot water!
Sun setting at Ben Avery's gun range campground.
This isn't a full moon, or even a pretty moon, but I took a picture of it last night anyway.
Then I zoomed in. I would say that's not a bad picture for a handheld shot of something that's about 240,000 miles away.