Abby and I took a little drive from our BLM camp about 25 miles to the northeast. This took us over the mountains to our east, through Quinn Pass and down into the small town of Bouse. We stopped a few times to take in the beautiful views and scenery, a very picturesque area for sure.
We saw many native cacti like ocotillos, huge saguaros, echinocereus and more.
The return trip took us south through Vicksburg and many huge farms producing eggs, dairy and beef cattle, along with the largest hay fields I’ve ever seen, made possible by an aquifer running through the area. What a difference water makes to our lives!