Discussion in 'Adventure, Hiking, Backpacking and Travel' started by Theodore, Feb 24, 2017.
Was at worckcomp doctors today for my MRI results, looks like I'll be getting back surgery.
Best of luck with the surgery and recuperation.
I just hope it stops my ciatic nerve from hurting
Actually this was yesterday, but hiking out to ruins and petroglyphs
teaser pics from trip report today
ok one more...this little dude literally walked up to me and then suddenly stopped....I was sitting perfectly still, in multicam clothing, next to a stump.......Lil Dude was about to walk up my leg but sensed/smelled something was off.....thats no stump...thats a hooman!
this is him making his egress up the embankment, behind me, then back down to the cobble rocks by the ocean
West slope of the Gila Wilderness.
Lunch at the Agua Fria River.
Good stuff. No reason not to take an Emberlit stove on every hike!
Very true! Tucks in just about anywhere, so why not.
In northern Maine, 1 hour NW of Bangor (skip it if you can; just another northern city).
I'm 50 mi SSW of Katahdin. We're getting a taste of early winter tonight (20's F); teens tmw night.
Today, I walked out back of my basecamp studio (what I call my apt).
Here's a pic from a few days ago about 300 m south of here.
The 2nd is my hammock camp overlooking a ravine.
I've walked in that country. Every one should at least once.
Hiking, ancient sights, and petroglyphs day. Also a nice hour long soaking. lol
Wow - that's a whole lotta cultural history in one hike!
No joke! The majority of sites and petroglyphs were Hohokam, but the two pieces of colored pottery are Salado (so traded for) along with lots of flakes of argilite and obsidian (not around the area we were in) that were traded for as well. Also found a jewelry shell that came out of Mexico someplace (traditionally anyway). Bounus was we even found some archaic petroglyphs that predated Hohokam culture. It was an awesome spot!