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Chiricahua National Monument

We spent the past two days exploring this amazing area. Mile after mile of unbelievable huge formations of boulders and rocks, arranged so beautifully you’d think it was done by hand.

Our campground was at 5,400 feet, making nights in the tent pretty chilly as the temperature dropped below freezing. One of our drives up the mountain took us to nearly 7,500 feet…stunning and a bit scary at times on those switchbacks.

Here’s our little camp a mile in the sky:


Tomorrow we plan a visit to Saguaro National Park.

3 comments on “Chiricahua National Monument

  1. Nancy Hughes says:

    Beautiful!! Looks like a fantastic trip.


  2. Rich says:

    Looks great


  3. You certainly are enjoying some beautiful country!


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