Thursday, March 2, 2017
My location: Eight miles West of Bouse, Arizona just off Plomosa Road
This morning, I looked out the bedroom window and saw yesterday. Not exactly, but the weather is just the same, maybe going to be a little warmer.
Since I have to go the fifteen miles to town, we decided to keep on going right out the South end on hwy 95. Our destination – Twenty miles South to Palm Canyon Road.
There is our destination. This road leads right up to the entrance to the canyon. You can see the white thread going into the dark area. That is the canyon.
To the left of the canyon is more of the rugged Kofa Mountain range.
The map below points out the mountains we can see from the Sonoran Desert.
Yuma is raring to start climbing once we reach the end of the road.
The palm trees are way up high in a crevice in the mountain above the canyon floor. Actually, the canyon is a large wash, with lots of rocks and boulders.
Looking out from the canyon at the road we came in on.
Tried to get the palm trees in the background, but didn’t work. So, you just get me and Yuma.
Yuma managed to find another friend.
Lots of rocks and boulders. Yuma had the best time running and jumping on the boulders after I took the leash off. He wore me out today.
Heading back down the canyon.
It was 4 o’clock by the time we got back to the RV. Both of us were worn out from all the sightseeing and rock climbing we did today. Time for more Tylenol.
See you later.