14 November 2008

T-Hill hike, part 2

Some people hike just for the exercise, but I encourage you to take your time and observe the beauty you will find on T-Hill and its surroundings.

Some of the rocks are truly amazing in their color.

The rocks below I found in a 20 foot stretch of the road that leads up to the top of T-Hill.

Juniper trees can be enhance the scenery when they are alive or dead.

In this semiarid climate, along with juniper there is always cactus (come in the spring for some nice blossoms).

See also T-Hill hike, part 3, part 1.
See also Star Trail hike.
See also Water Tower Trail hike, part 3, part 2, part 1.
See also Owl Creek Hill Road hike, part 2, part 1.
See also Roundtop Mountain hike, part 3, part 2, part 1.

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