Boondocking Beauty Near Wickenburg — 21 Comments

  1. AHHHHHH, that turquoise, I LOVE IT! My favorite color of blue. And those birds, Mary…perfectly captured. Hey, are you watching for the penumbra eclipse AND comment on Friday night???

  2. Looks like a lovely area! We are a bit leery of coyotes. They are right here in suburbia and they often will stalk us. Mom says we are big enough to fend them off if need be, but they are scary to see. Love that turquoise!
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  3. Hello, wonderful series of photos. The scenery and sky shots are beautiful. I love your cute pups. The turquoise is gorgeous. Good luck with your show. Have a great day!

  4. Looks like a great boondock spot. Love listening to those coyotes and am missing those desert sunsets. I’ll be back amongst the saguaros in a few weeks and can’t wait to ‘dry out’. Hope you have a great show!
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  5. Best of luck with the show – it sounds like a natural for your work. I guess Torrey got in touch with her inner coyote when she found the need to howl back LOL! I didn’t know grass grew in the desert! That bird is wonderful, such amazing eyes!
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  6. I have a feeling your art is going to be a huge hit with that crowd! How nice it must be to get back to somewhere beautiful that you haven’t seen in a while. That green grass looks so wonderful to us…stuck in our sea of nothing but white snow! :)
    I always found the call of the coyotes to be very eerie; we haven’t heard any in a while now.
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  7. What a gorgeous place and photos! I haven’t heard of a curved bill thrasher before. I hope the art show goes well. I would take that turquoise as a good sign.

  8. I absolutely LOVE the desert pics with the cactus…and the sunsets!! Well…all of them really! What a gorgeous place to stay. Good luck at your show! I am always nervous about the coyotes…we have them around here and up north…so I have to keep a very close watch.

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