Charlie Wippermann led another great hike on February 18, in Oro Valley. We hiked the Honey Bee Trail. There was a good turnout, even with the potential for some rain. It did look a little ominous in parts of the sky, but we stayed dry.
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You can see the petroglyphs behind our group photo above. Here are a couple of better shots of the petroglyphs. Charlie and Phil Hunger were aware we would see these during our hike.

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 Here we are heading up the trail, with the sun at our backs. It was a cool morning, in the low 60s, which made the hike very comfortable.

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Here are a couple of more "people pics".

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And, finally, our trek back after a great hike. You can see the desert vegetation in background of the pictures. The desert is truely amazing. Bonnie Mardian is a frequent hiker on these Casas Adobes adventures. It is great to have her, with her extensive knowledge of the desert flora and fauna.

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