Lots of rock!
Arrival in Arizona!
We love Arizona for many reasons, primarily because one of my sisters lives here. But birding and nature trails and the beauty of the scenery means a lot too.
As we continued on I 10, there was much to see in rock formations.
From a distance you can see the dust in the distance. There are many highway signs warning about dust storms and what you should do: get off the road, turn your lights off, and foot off the brake. We are assuming that the reason for no lights has to do with the avoidance of an accident. If a car behind you sees lights, the driver might mistake it for a moving vehicle that they can follow. Then the real possibility of a crash exists.
We headed into Tucson where my sister lives and before visiting Harriet, we stopped at a beautiful park called Agua Calientes. We walked for a bit with Nevelle, but after about 5 minutes he began plopping down where ever he wanted, so we didn't make much headway!
Lots of cacti and palms.
Really large palms!