Apache Trail is a 120 mile (193km) historic road that connects Apache Junction (the east edge of the Phoenix metropolitan area) to Theodore Roosevelt Lake. Although the trail’s official name today is “State Route 88”, it adopted the name “Apache ... 

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Flowering cactus

June 2013

flowering cactus plants were everywhere -

Apache Trail, just east of Phoenix

November 2011



Desert bridge: The dirt road section of Arizona Route 88, also known as the Apache Trail, just east of Phoenix

On the Dolly Stearn Wheeler cruise on Canyon Lake

October 2015

Hill and Carol from Kansas City n Donna and Mike

The majestic suguaro

December 2013

The desert emblem

The Stunning Canyon Lake

December 2013

Heading towards the lake and Dolly the steamboat

Tortilla Flat

December 2013

Population was 6 now it's 5

Grand Canyon Train Ride

October 2013

Ponderossa Pines

Tonto National Park

June 2013

was caught by the colors of the terrain and the mountains clad with cactus.

Salt Water Creek Canyon

June 2013

It's so hard to capture the beauty of this place. It's very special


April 2012


Large saguaro near the barn

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