Posted onDecember 26, 2013
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The earth belongs to the living, not to the dead.
The Homestead is classic.
A handful of days ago, we rallied towards Tucson,
with destination climbing bliss a few hours north.
Located off of a 4×4 road in xyz nowhere land of high Sonoran desert which is dotted with
old abandoned ranches, homesteads and intriguing wildlife of an unreal sense.
I’ve spent some time here.
I know the details.
I put up a few routes here 6 years ago.
The time walking slowly up and slowly down the trail,
I quickly became reacquainted with the grey limestone.
Fixated on the ground, staring at the large plates of perfect limestone
that lined the trail beautifully with sculpted fossil bearing patterns
containing the brightest, most colorful of chert.
Decorations in the form of intricate rock cactus and green,
green ocotillo and cholla
graced the trail everywhere as you walked,
and despite dodging needles, the Homestead was very welcoming.
I was able to capture a route called the Tufa King, 5.13
on the most amazing of mornings.
We were so lucky, it was beautiful!
Everyone who knows me knows how much I love the small details of my life…
So here are a few in my adventures of last weekend….
In a handful of days I will filter through more images and present to you some of the images of a project my friend is working on with the Mexican Grey Wolf….
But until then here are a few of the wonderful details I noticed at an incredible homestead that had the privilege to hang out at in the deep woods of Eastern Arizona….