cholla face

SanTan Trail

We chose the SanTan Trail and Moonlight Trail for our hike at SanTan Mountain Regional Park. It was a 6.2 mile loop to help us train for The Wave in about a month.

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Wendy even managed to touch the skin of this saguaro without getting pricked.

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Our crew stopped for a break on the trail.

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We all giggled at this guy, “Just like Quebec’s 2017 Christmas tree!”

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It’s hard to say what resides inside the skeleton of a cholla.

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Alien landing pads past the southernmost part of the trail.

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Barb and Richard stand at the base of this giant saguaro cactus.

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Cholla cactus almost looks fuzzy enough that you might want to pet it – not!

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More saguaro.

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Barb leading the pack.

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And more cactus!

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I have to hurry before they lose me. My feet need the hot tub.

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