We got together a couple of times with good friends Rodger and Sharon. Rodger does wood-carving and his pieces are beautiful. He gifted me a Kokopelli carving I had been drooling over.
We met Al for dinner one night at the casino for prime rib. He has been traveling with a SOLOs group. They provide lots of activities for their members. He is always doing something.
There were a few short walks at Tucson Mt. park. With my sciatica I can't walk very far or stand for any length of time which is seriously a pain in the ass for me. Walking has always been my thing!
We decided we wanted to go back to Anza Borrego to see the wildflower superbloom. We were not disappointed. Since the temps were high we stayed at an RV park in town as we didn't want to be couped up inside running the generator in order to boondock out in the desert which would have been our first choice.
We took off early on a Monday morning hoping to beat the crowds. The weekend was gridlock with traffic at all the popular locations. The flowers were at their peak. We even found some cacti blooming up in Glorieta Canyon.