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Ures, MexicoUresMexicoAs you drive through the Sierra Sonorense, the road can sometimes get lost behind the mountains.Hermosillo, MexicoHermosilloMexicoI love hiking through desertic landscapes, even though this one is alive because of the recent rains.Al Cañon del Nacapule, Sonora, MexicoAl Cañon del NacapuleSonora, MexicoNacapule Canyon near San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico. Hiked today to the top pool. Interesting to see palms growing in the canyon. #Mexico #hiking (Feb...San Carlos, MexicoSan CarlosMexicoBeach walk in San Carlos, Mexico. School of dolphins we’re visible near the shore line. #beach #nature #Mexico (Feb 2018)San Carlos, MexicoSan CarlosMexicoWith a mountains that resemble Sedona, AZ .. If it had more palm trees I'd call it paradise. San Carlos is a popular expat community, and after...San Carlos Beach, San Carlos, MexicoSan Carlos BeachSan Carlos, MexicoSan Carlos is a coastal resort that doesn't have the same fame as those beaches in Cancun, playa del Carmen etc. but it shouldn't be forgotten....Playa Los Algodones, Sonora, MexicoPlaya Los AlgodonesSonora, MexicoSunset in San Carlos, Sonora MéxicoTetakawi, MexicoTetakawiMexicoSunset at Tetakawi in San Carlos, Mexico. #sunset #Mexico #SeaofCortez #nature (Feb 2018)Our Lady of the Sierras - A Marian Shrine, Sierra Vista Southeast, ArizonaOur Lady of the Sierras - A Marian ShrineSierra Vista Southeast, ArizonaLooking east from this spiritual place.Our Lady of the Sierras - A Marian Shrine, Sierra Vista Southeast, ArizonaOur Lady of the Sierras - A Marian ShrineSierra Vista Southeast, ArizonaLooking into Mexico 2014San Rafael Valley, Santa Cruz County, ArizonaSan Rafael ValleySanta Cruz County, ArizonaRolling grasslands and endless sky.Hereford, ArizonaHerefordArizonaCarr Canyon. Beautiful hike. Pet friendly. Waterfall at the top. Be prepared to get wet in March!!! LolDouglas, ArizonaDouglasArizonaWhat you see behind the bikes is the border between the US and Mexico. There's a lot of hiking and bike trails to be done here. The views alone are...Lavender Pit, Bisbee, ArizonaLavender PitBisbee, ArizonaThe Lavender Pit copper mine is an open pit mine at Bisbee, Arizona, which began in 1917 and ended in 1974. The pit is 4,000' (1219m) wide (north...Bisbee Coffee Company, Bisbee, ArizonaBisbee Coffee CompanyBisbee, ArizonaI missed Bisbee so much, I made another trip with friends! Ha. This was a quirky find in the parking lot behind Queen Plaza (and the Bisbee Coffee...Bisbee Bark Park, Bisbee, ArizonaBisbee Bark ParkBisbee, ArizonaA unique and quirky little spot that combines a sense of community (the park is run by volunteers) and artistic expression this dog park is a must...Garden Canyon, Sierra Vista, ArizonaGarden CanyonSierra Vista, ArizonaLocated on Ft Huachuca, Garden Canyon is an awesome place to bike, hike and off road. Water is the life blood of this desert oasis. It's open to...Garden Canyon, Sierra Vista, ArizonaGarden CanyonSierra Vista, ArizonaLocated on Ft Huachuca, Garden Canyon is an awesome place to bike, hike and off road. Water is the life blood of this desert oasis. It's open to...Bisbee, ArizonaBisbeeArizonaThe view looking down on Old Bisbee. This is the hike to the famous Shrine on the hill. There is a long history about the Shrine and how it was...San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Cochise County, ArizonaSan Pedro Riparian National Conservation AreaCochise County, ArizonaRunning northward from the Mexican border to just south of I-10, the San Pedro River is one of the last remaining free-flowing rivers in the Desert...
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