Saguaro National Park

What do you imagine when you think of “the desert”?  I’m guessing it’s a cactus, but not just any cactus – a saguaro (pronounced sah-waar-o).  These are the cacti that have the arms and that coincidentally, are native only to the Sonoran Desert.  That’s right, the first cactus that you think of doesn’t even grow…

February Digest

So it’s been a while since I’ve written a blog, but here’s a quick digest of the last few weeks.  First, I went to Saguaro National Park and Tumacácori National Historical Park with Parks in Focus.  And, of course, there was the dance showcase on Valentine’s Day, the Tucson Rodeo, and the freak snow this…

Sunshine in Winter

It’s been so nice the past few weeks to come back to the sunshine and warm weather of Arizona.  Sure, I still have to wear a sweater in the morning, but it’s nice not to be bundled up and/or shivering all day.  I got back into my volunteer routine with Parks in Focus last weekend…