On the route to and from the Pioneer Village, we passed through a different section of the Sonoran Desert. Some areas had fewer and drier looking plants,
some had more and healthier looking plants.
We passed one riparian area—a very green area showing where surface water is present.
Everywhere there were saguaro cactus, sometimes only a few,
sometimes a lot.
Saguaro are as similar and as different as snowflakes. Here and there were some that grew “odd arms”.
The weather has been rainy and cool yesterday and today, so I’ve been staying inside working hard on a birthday present that has to arrive by Dec. 2. I think that I can finish it tomorrow if I work on it after our ride.
What ride? Tune in and find out.
Louise and Duane