Slept well last night and woke at 7:30 to do my brain strain games. Going to be warm today with a high of 76 degrees. Should hit 80 soon. The weather woman said the normal date for hitting 80 is early February, so we're later than usual. Maybe tomorrow.
Laid outside in the sun till it got too warm, then moved to the shade. Even fell asleep for a short time, till Yuma barked and woke me up.
Around 2:30, I was getting so stiff, I figured Yuma and I should go for a short hike to loosen up. Yuma is always up for a hike. Drove a short 12 minutes to a trail along the Goldfield Mountains north of Apache Junction.
Started out sunny, but by the time I finished at 4:30, the clouds had moved in. We walked about a mile in and a mile out. Not too bad of a workout. Fairly flat, so not too much stress on the body. Here are some of the views while on my hike along the trail.
Always a presence in Apache Junction - Superstition Mountains.
|Goldfield Mountains above me.|
|A fly over.|
|Nervous about snakes, so I put a leash on Yuma.|
|Another stop at the wild flower pasture on the way home.|