Southern Arizona Paddlers' Club Outing

I and 8 other members of the SAPC (Southern Arizona Paddling Club) decided to rent a house in San Carlos and go down for the annual “Paddle Battle” which had several clubs racing one and five-mile routes to see who was the fastest.

The Saturday of the race was quite windy and not everyone . . . → Read More: San Carlos, Mexico

Guadalupe National Park Continued

In late April, I met up with Tom, my nephew at the Guadalupe National Park in Texas just east of El Paso. It was the first time we had lived within driving distance of each other’s states, so it was a real treat. ┬áThe stark beauty of the park and the ever-present wind made . . . → Read More: Guadalupe National Park Continued

Guadalupe National Park

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Camp spot

Impersonal land

Flowers and rock

Devil’s Hall

My trip with my nephew, Tom, to the Guadalupe National Park in TX was a new experience. It held a certain austere beauty that was both isolating and breath taking at the same time.