Monday, August 13, 2007

Shooting in Tonto National Forest Park, Arizona -
I spent a busy day roaming the Tonto National Forest Park. The strange thing is, there really is no forest, unless you consider thousands of cacti to be a forest. Anyway, I spent the morning at a ghost town/gold mine. It is really a tourist draw but I was there before any tourists so it was kind of cool. Then I hiked for a couple of hours in the Superstition mountains. This is the home of the Lost Dutchman's Mine. Needless to say, it's still lost. After discovering how out of shape I really am, I headed North to Canyon Lake, then to the Roosevelt Dam, and finally to the Tonto National Monument to see some cliff dwellings. I finished off the day with some twilight shots back in the Superstitions. I'm picking up Scott and Dave in the morning and we will head North to the Antelope Slots near Page, AZ. I'll hopefully be able to post some more up there. Until then, have a great week. Hi D.C.





1 comment:

mike meyer said...

hey it's 8:25 am, are you guys sleeping in today. Where's your latest post. Don't worry, I'LL keep the world safe from terrorism.

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