Photo of the Week 8/02/2021

Zion looking South from Angel’s Landing

Photo of the Week 1/18/21

A seriously tall cactus!

Photo of the Week 1/11/21

It’s a beautiful time of year in Phoenix for hiking!

Photo of the Week 12/07/20

Top of Pyramid Trail, South Mountain Park -Phoenix, AZ

I’ve probably posted this view before, but it’s pretty cool and the trailhead is 10 minutes from my house!

New Bike Path!

A few years ago the main road I used to ride my bike on was torn up for a new freeway. They said a multi-use path would be built alongside the freeway, but I was skeptical.

Yesterday I got to ride on the new path and it’s pretty awesome!

I was really doing good pedaling during the spring lockdown, feeling strong! Unfortunately I allowed my return to work in early May and the Phoenix summer heat to put the kibosh on my riding (and most other fun outdoor activities).

I’m past ready to get back at it, so it was nice to get back on the bike on such a beautiful day. Did my standard start and cruised down to the new path.

Looking West

It’s wide, smooth, has some hills, and is super protected from the freeway traffic. As skeptical as I was about it existing, I have to say ADOT really hit a home run with this. I love living in the Ahwatukee area of Phoenix and this is just another great addition!

Looking East

Now there’s really no excuse not to ride, and it’s the best time of year in AZ!!

Our National Parks and Recreation Areas are a Treasure!

That’s it, that’s the whole post!

Photo of the Week 9/28/20

Moab, Utah ~ 1995

Photo of the Week 9/21/20

Moab, Utah ~ 1995

Photo of the Week 3/23/20

Four Peaks from McDowell Mountain Park

Pyramid – National – Gila Loop Hike

Went for a hike toady, I had the time to to a loop I have wanted to try for a while but just hadn’t done. It was great to be on the trails exploring some new stuff. Love the fact that this amazing area is in my backyard.

Wash your hands, stay safe and healthy, and be excellent to each other.

That is all.

National Trail
National Trail looking north on Phoenix Metro