The moment we walked in, we were greeted by a hungry butterfly
As I stood on the bridge looking down this now-dry rivulet, I felt the spirit of its living days flowing past me like a ghost
I didn't find the sign for these trees, but they were huge, white, and oh, so cool
These little lizards were all over the place - this one was flipping his tail from side to side, probably telling the preschooler to back off...
This tree, especially this knot, spoke to me...it said, "'O' is for 'Owl'"
Note the knotty "elbow" up at the right - love it!
These saguaros had to be 12 feet tall - we wondered how old they must be
Standing on a suspension bridge over Queen Creek (so that's where the city name comes from!)
I fell in love with all the paths of footprints in the creek
A little hideaway...
View from the top
The suspension bridge is that tiny thing in the middle of the picture
I named this one "Ginger Rock"
Ellie: "Does the rock have ketchup on it?"
I'm pretty sure this one speaks for itself
The depth perception is lost in 2D, but I took this because it made me think of Calvary
Furry century plant?
Even the drive home was fantastical