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Post Author at Pan HistoriaArtemisia Jones posts in Unveil Your Adventure

As I usually did on a hike into the wilderness—particularly sans trail—I took pleasure in the strength of my body. There was a satisfaction in knowing that your muscle and bone would take you miles and through the day even if you demanded traversing rugged terrain or even climbing. I loved the outdoors, always had, and was happy to be away from house and notebooks and the endeavor to find a unicorn or otherwise mythical creature.

I’d nearly asked Coral or the grads if they wanted to go, but I valued my time alone. Saguaro rib walking stick in hand I hiked up the soft sand of the big wash behind the glass house, enjoying the early morning clarity and coolness. My camera and lenses were tucked into my pack along with lunch and plenty of water. It was a strangely beautiful landscape, pastel hued and carved by thousands of years of wind and flash floods. Dramatic walls of cross-bedded volcanic breccia interlaced with limestone rose higher around me as I continued into a deepening canyon. It was places like this that killed people without some outdoor skills or experience. Looking up, I saw the twisted remnants of a flood victim, the trunk of an ancient juniper stuck into a fold of the canyon above.

There hadn’t been rain for quite some time, but there were a few damp patches in the sand, becoming pools as I continued upward. The first climb was relatively easy, just a scramble over fallen boulders the size of sofas. At the top, I dropped muy pack into the sand and then my own rump to take a break for some water and a granola bar. The croak of a raven echoed through the quiet of the canyon. Life is good, I thought and grinned to myself.

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