Cacti in all shapes and sizes.
For some reason Bobby just couldn't stop touching the cactus.
It didn't take long before one touched him back!
Now you think he would have learned, huh?
I call this one.....Dead Tree.
Here's one that is just growing its arms or branches.
To give you an idea of just how big these cactus are, here is a picture of Bob and me standing next to one.
We had to laugh when we saw this giant cactus. We figured it must be "depressed" because it certainly looks down in the dumps doesn't it?
We finished this trail and made our way back to the truck to find another one. Some scenes from the truck.
We walked another trail that wasn't paved and hiked up to the rocks where petroglyphics were drawn hundreds of years ago. Personally, I'm very happy we have email nowadays!
After leaving this park we headed towards home and decided on Chinese for dinner. Bob found us a restaurant for us using our GPS and we headed for Lucky Chinese Restaurant. Shelly was very glad to see they served bait,,,oh, excuse me, sushi. I wanted no parts of that but Bob did try some. Oh what an adventurous eater he is! I had my old standby Beef and Broccoli.
After dinner Bobby and Shelly dropped us off and we made plans to get together when they reached their winter destination about an hour away in Mesa.
It was so nice to have this time with them, we enjoy them so much.