(the Grand Canyon from the airplane)
(lots of water around)
Drove around all day looking at property and found a place I really like. But not buying this trip, but sure is nice to find where I like. Sure like North of Apache Junction, east of it is a lot of places as well, but they look more expensive.
(Superstition Mountains, North up and West below)
(the place I like, not a great pic but there were people outside so didn't want to stop)
Sure is funny how I imagined snowbirds to be, they exactly are! Super dark and old and wrinkly, lol, like my Gramma was. They don't seem very friendly here, but its hard to judge cause there is people from everywhere, I have seen lots of Alberta, Sask, and BC plates as well as lots from other states.
(rental pony place)
(this place was also for sale, but im sure it was outta my price range)
(the park had picnic tables and BBQs)
(the desert trail)
(ways to get in the trail, I guess no motorized vehicles allowed, which is nice, )
(lots of tie places at parking lot)
I seen lots of horses around, and even some old guy riding one in the trail area. And on my way out of town, I stopped in a park and wandered around it, it is so nice here! I may never want to leave, I walked part of the desert trail where horses go and it looks like lots of trails out there to try out. I actually even saw a place where you can rent a horse, and almost did, but I refrained.
I now can understand more what all the Arizona people are talking about now, at home it is rare to see that many people on a few acres so close together. And Nuzz Muzz I totally understand your blog so much more now that I have seen it for myself. Oh it just makes me have more questions and more interest.
Tomorrow I will head south to Queen Creek, Florence, San Tan Valley, and Casa Grande. Maybe I will like them just as much, yikes. This is so fun :)