Sonoita and South, Huachuca Mountains, Miller Canyon
2012 Monsoon Season
We’re reminiscing back to 2012. It was a maiden cruise in the 4×4 that I had just purchased. One thing that I didn’t have for this was my camera. DF’s camera bit the dust soon after we left. It had been acting up. The result had been a picture-less report. I recently pieced together some illustrations and…better late than never:
DF and I are waking up at her place on an open calendar Saturday. Lying in bed looking out the window at blue skies and sunshine, I just feels right, “What the heck, Let’s just spontaneously go down to your old a stomping grounds in the Huachuca Mountains. Down there are some spots I haven’t visited in twenty or thirty years and some areas where we have never been.”
We now have this 4×4 truck, so there is no stopping us. We pack up some food, tank up and everything else happens to be all ready to go. I don’t have any clothes, but the “needing to take special care for” light colored ones, that I wore when going out and dancing last night. BUT then, if we play it right, we aren’t going to need clothes anyway. I do have my leather huaraches. That’s good, Arizona can be rough on bare feet.
We are traveling down the Sonoita Patagonia road (State 83), after turning off of I-10. This is a picturesque route. On the official maps, it is noted and labeled for its beauty. Instead of heading to Sierra Vista directly, we decide to try continuing south, along the western side and then under the southern end of the Huachuca Mountains (Huachuca means strong wind in a Native American language). We’ll be traveling along within sight of the border …
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