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Palm canyon in Arizona — 32 Comments

  1. What a GORGEOUS place to boondock!! The views there are absolutely stunning!! I just love the Palm Trees!! Of course, I am a palm tree fanatic…

    So glad you had a nice Christmas Day. I sure hope that Roxy’s back is feeling better. If she continues to have difficulties with it, you may want to take a look at the Wiggleless back brace. It has helped my girls when they have issues. You can find out more about them at wiggleless.com
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  2. Lovely photos and scenery! I love the palm trees, the zen circle and the beautiful sky! Happy Monday!

  3. Gorgeous photos! I visited a friend in Arizona last year and saw the Grand Canyon and Sedona but this gem we missed. Next time I’d love to explore more of the state.
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  4. Your posts bring me a world I’d never otherwise explore. Such peace and quiet here, and WARMTH! Mary dear, wishing you a wonderful new year. Anita

  5. what a neat peachy keen place. I have never heard of this spot in Az. even after reading about many hiking spots in the Az. highway . I love the pictures of the very queer palm trees and the zen circle. Excellent job. Sad to hear that Roxy is in pain. Do you think altitude pressure changes could be the blame? Do they have back braces for dogs? We didn’t know Al was into painting. AWESOME!

  6. Oh Mary, thank you for coming to visit my world, and it is YOU who gives me such inspiration from a totally different angle of our globe. Such warmth, texture and nature. Oh the love! So happy to have found your blog this year. Looking forward to your spring and summer exploits! Anita

  7. The Zen circles are so interesting as are the Palms growing in the canyon. I look forward to your post on boondocking there. I’ll need to keep that in mind for next winter :-)
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    • I’m excited to move there in the morning. The colors and just the ruggedness there are just to beautiful to not want to stay for a bit.

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