Desert Hike and Boondocking Overview Ajo, Arizona

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    • 3006 S Butterfield Trail, Gila Bend, AZ 85337, USA

    In this video, I give you a look at our latest boondocking location in southern Arizona near the little town of Ajo.

    I take you along on a morning hike into the lush cactus filled Sonoran desert environment around our campsite. I point out a few of the cactus varieties and climb a small hill for a 360 overview of the area.

    I also provide and request some information about the dangerous wildlife that inhabits the southwest desert. One of the most asked questions I receive is in regards to the dangers posed rattlesnakes and scorpions.

    Be sure to check the video comments for hopefully some local knowledge and advice from the viewers.

    The video finishes off with a photo slideshow and an unexpected visitor to our hummingbird feeder in the form of a Gila Woodpecker.

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    • West of the Rockies

    Long ago, I flew into the Ajo airport in my Cessna 172 I owned at the time. Had a friend who lived in Tucson at the time. Eerily empty airport. Kept waiting for the A-10s to strafe. :-D Organ Pipe is so amazing!


    Stephen C Keller
    • Iowa, United States

    Love the video Ray, Thanks

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