"We joke that our hiking will save the world," she writes of their regular jaunts up Picacho Peak
, "but I know it's saving me from myself, from my obsessive fears and imaginary ailments."
ornatus are known from two locations in Arizona: Deadman Cave and Picacho Peak
(Mead et al.
2013, three people were killed and at least 12 were injured after a dust storm led to multiple crashes on I-10 between Phoenix and Tucson, authorities said. Television footage showed that several vehicles and tractor-trailers smashed into each other near Picacho Peak
in south-central Arizona.
Jean and Nancy spent many years traveling the country, often with their grandchildren, in their motor home, spending winters at Picacho Peak
State Park in Arizona.
State Park, southeast of Phoenix, closes for summer, but comes alive again in fall.
Melvin believes the communities, Kingman, brook, Safford and Picacho Peak
would be good sites for the nuclear waste recycling and storage facility, due to the salt formations in those areas.
The high-water mark of the South's attempt to make the Confederacy a two-ocean republic and tap California's gold came at Picacho Peak
, beloved of Southwesterners as the westernmost "battle" of the Civil War and "the Gettysburg of Arizona."There, on April 16, 1869, the vanguard of Hunter's forces, probing westward from Tucson, encountered and were repulsed by the leading elements of Col.
1 SOUTHERN ARIZONA Rising from the desert between Phoenix and Tucson, Picacho Peak
State Park shows off Mexican gold poppies and other blooms for a few weeks in March.
. Immediately south of Interstate 10, between Tucson and Casa Grande, this westernmost Civil War battlefield (fought on April 15, 1862) and 3,440-acre state park usually sprouts gold poppies, desert lupin and globe mallow.