Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Rock Scampering at Saguaro National Park

On Sunday afternoon my daughters took me rock scampering at Javelina Rocks, Saguaro National Park, at the base of the Rincon Mountains east of Tucson. We get out there several times a year and always have a blast climbing around.

Here are a few small photos of the trip, and there's a gallery of 25 photos here.


Posing for that camera-toting dad before climbing.



Our younger daughter scampers.



Our older daughter enjoys the view.



Striking lichen on the rocks, with ocotillo and saguaro in the background.


1 comment:

David A. Harvey said...

Very nice shots Simmons! Looks like great fun.

Dave