I was looking for a new spot to camp for 2 or 3 nights and remembered a review of a place called Indian Bread Rocks, BLM dispersed camping. It’s not too far off I 10 and just 3 miles of dirt road so I decided to check it out. So glad I did!
On I 10 in AZ there is an area with rest stops on both EB & WB sides called Texas Canyon. The boulders there are so big, many of them balanced
I walked around close to sunset and then again in early morning taking a few photos, trying for the best light.
I was pleased to find the dirt road in and the road with all the camping spots off it were nice hard packed dirt with very few rocks. Nothing like a lot of other places out west.
I’ve seen the Gambels quail and a few rabbits and lots of hoof prints (and cow patties) so I know the animals are out there. Last evening just before it got dark I heard a rather loud moo so I looked out, there was a black calf bawling, Concho looked out the window and started barking so it took off.
Not a lot of cactus here, only a couple of these