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A red dragonfly rests on a branch over Bear Canyon Lake, Arizona while minnows swim below.
What a place to get married! Here's the seating for a wedding that's about to begin on the shore of Bear Canyon Lake on the Mogollon Rim, Arizona.
Camping deep in the forest near Bear Canyon Lake on the Mogollon Rim.
Taking a break on the Blue Ridge National Recreation Trail near Pinetop, Arizona and admiring one of the elders of the forest, an old alligator juniper, which wasn't cut down at the time most of the forest was, over 50 years ago.
Bear Canyon Lake on the Mogollon Rim in the Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona.
It was a very active monsoon season in Arizona. Here I watch out the window as the forest road turns into a river while camped near Overgaard, Arizona in the Sitgreaves National Forest.
A family of elk come visit my campsite near Pinetop & Lakeside in the Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona.
An Abert's Squirrel decides it's a good day for a hike on the Highline Trail below the Mogollon Rim near Horton Creek, Arizona.
I heard it's the most popular place to camp in Arizona. This is Woods Canyon Lake on the Mogollon Rim. I must confess, I've never seen so many campers in the forest. Even so, solitude is easy to find...
Hiking See Canyon Trail down the Mogollon Rim to Christopher Creek, Arizona.
The setting sun turns the distant mountains to shades of blue while perched on the Mogollon Rim, Arizona.
Willow Springs Lake on the Mogollon Rim in the Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona.
Doll Baby Road in the Tonto National Forest west of Payson, Arizona sees almost no traffic and makes for some great camping below the rugged Mazatzal Mountains.
The East Verde River west of Payson, Arizona is a lovely spot to cool off on a hot day. The temp was hovering around 90 here, so cooling off was a top priority while camping off Doll Baby Road in the Tonto National Forest.
RV camping on the edge of the Mogollon Rim at 7,600 feet. This is one of the greatest views I've had from an RV campsite. Notice I said "RV"...usually I'd have to strap a pack on my back to camp with a majestic view like this! Near Woods Canyon Lake in the Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona.
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