In order to discover some of Arizona’s true wonders, sometimes you have to venture off the beaten path and explore new places. Thankfully, adventurous photographers like Scott (aka seekraz) enjoy hiking out to capture pics of the places many of us wouldn’t take the effort to go see for ourselves.
Below is an enjoyable entry from his blog.
For the past several years, I have used the website “Weather Underground” to follow the temperatures and weather patterns in the places I have lived…and to even look back nostalgically at places where I used to live to see how things are going there, as well. Two weeks ago I was watching the temps for Black Canyon City and hoping the high temperatures for the coming weekend would be lower than they were a couple of weeks earlier when I was out in the murderous heat and so desperately needed a Coke after my hike. I was in luck…the high for this past Sunday was supposed to be under 100 degrees, which meant that I could get out on the trail around 6:00 or 6:30 in the morning, have a nice long hike, and still make it back to the truck before the heat became too ugly.
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