Yesterday there were wild critters everywhere! This burro came alongside the Jeep to check us out. Big jackrabbits were scootin’ through every patch of scrub. We saw javelina but they were too distant to photograph. Patty went after them with the camera but they disappeared into a brushy dry creek. Best not follow; javelina are mean.
Rockhounding was our mission and we hit a patch of paydirt. Easy to do because Arizona is a mineral rich state. Today we collected geodes, agates, obsidian, chalcedony, druse, rose quartz and many specimens to be identified later. We didn’t need to break a single rock. Everything you see here was picked from the ground 🙂