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Outdoors Baybeee!

A Primitive Camping Retreat

Follow your Bliss!





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Indy River Camp

Pure artesian water!


One of three feeds from a 50-gallons per hour Flowing Artesian well
(uphill near the front gate) fills a 6' diameter by 2' tank that empties twice
a day into a mesquite & willow grove that shades several structures. A
canvas wall tent is seen in the background. The living area is a shaded
one-acre permaculture micro-environment watered by the artesian.
Seven 60-ft willows in a 20-tree grove of some 30-ft
mesquitess.




Mosquito-protected hammocks, chair & cooktent.
Indy Camp needs chairs and more mosquito netting!





Looking east from property gate, 600 feet to permaculture shady grove.




Virga raining over the Rincon Mountains



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2 of 7 endangered saguaros on property, Easter 2015










Mother Earth Day 2015
Returning home from a food run in Tucson with the Galiuro Mountains
in the distance. This road is now paved within one mile from the
gate.







Break of Dawn Meditation April 20, 2015



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Easter 2015 - creosote & mesquite in flower, looking down hill,
up by the road looking east,with the shade-tree grove in view.
 




Gooding willows and mesquite



Spring Equinox at sunset 2015




Mail comes 3 times per week.




The sun setting over Tucson about 70 miles away





 March 23, 2015 - 7pm  PT the waxing Moon with Aldebaran and Venus




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Welcome the Ides of March!
             

   




The Ides of March! The mesquite and hawthorn have leafed!



 

Winter Camp
                                                               










The property gate



Wildflowers one month early - March 1, 2015




Permaculture: onions, also basil, hawthorn,
dill, lettuce, chives, melons,
sage and more




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Viewing deck used for one RV camping - ole '65 Chevy



A Frosty Desert Dawn - Winter Solstice, December 21, 2014



2014 Winter Solstice Sunset and Campfire

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Dawn,  September 21, 2014 - Happy Mabon!



Sunrise! Giving Thanks!




Fresh-ground, Fair Trade coffee from Chiapas, MX
 Coffee cup,
hand-painted & hand-thrown by the
good folks at
The Cascabel Clayworks






Can eating responsibly prevent nuke-caused
cancers and
toxic environmental-caused
auto-immune diseases? No! But every day eat
only organic
food or locally grown CSA
farm-fresh, if possible. Our immune system

will have its best chance at fending-off the
cellular
disruptions caused by the ionizing
radiation from radionuclide dust
and carbon
pollution - both bankster consumerism created!



 




Every Morning, Wow! What a
Breakfast! All organic:
Local
lemons, baby spinach, blue corn
tortilla chips;
toasted potatoes with
salsa made with mesquite-roasted
jalapeņos, onion and with fresh-sliced
tomato
and mushrooms; curry stir-fried
  with fresh-ground peppercorns and dill





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Later in the day all-organic, locally grown:
 toasted multi-grain bread, fresh-ground
wild-grown Nayarit, Mexico co-op coffee,
Fresh lemon & lime, celery, tomato, green
pepper, carrots and sliced mushrooms
topped with blue corn tortilla chips.





Winter - Jan 2015




An old '65 Chevelle still sittin' for decades.
Left by people unknown.





Yucca & Gooding Willows late afternoon - Jan 2015
The willows have leafed-out one month early - 2/18/2015!





Water holding tank under mesquites - Jan 2015



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The tank, filled with pure Artesian mineral
water ready for a plunge - March 23, 2015
Hydro-therapy with Rock-n-Roll or Reggae?

























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Jimson Plant (or Jimson Weed) found along the roads all over




Wintertime. The Indy River Camp lies in the very deepest and narrowest
part of the south-to-north running, 150-mile long San Pedro River Valley.




50 miles away, looking west from Redington Pass is Gates Pass,
a favorite Peace & Meditation hangout.
Behind me is a cliff,
and i
n the distance is west Tucson, barely visible.
Our Sonoran Desert Sun is setting.

Photo credit: Frank Slaby





Looking east to the tree-lined San Pedro River
& the Galiuro Mountains horizon
 
Photo credit: Bob Zavoda


Coming back, down into the "Indy" San Pedro River Valley from
Redington Pass and Tucson 30 miles back. This is an absolutely
critical north-south migratory bird route corridor and wildlife
habitat. The San Pedro stretches from Mexico to just
southeast of Phoenix.




Prayer Flags Protect All Who Pass Photo credit: Bob Zavoda
 


"Campfire Mesquite-Roasted Hot Chilis!
ROCKin' Tunes! Dancin' Heals!"


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