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Here is a picture of just one of the many saguaro’s in our campground near Tucson. They can get pretty tall. And they don’t start to grow arms until they are at least 50 years old. They can live hundreds of years . They are all unique and all have personalities. This morning I was looking at one that looked like she was holding a couple babies in her arms. Another one looked like he was wearing a 10 gallon hat. Two growing together looked like they were hugging. Another one was dancing and another one was waving at me. They are all so fun. Way in the background you can see our fifth wheel
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Awesome info, thanks for sharing. You're looking great.
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- Joined: Mon Dec 29, 2008 6:42 pm
Thanks Mary! Great shot of those cacti. They are certainly a wonder of nature. Scottie looks good too!
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Beautiful picture Mary that
Thank you for sharing.
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Isn't mother nature wonderful? Beautiful picture with such a blue sky. Enjoy
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Maryz Thanks for the info I love seeing you & your doggie. Becca
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There is a lot of beauty out there if a person just looks. I love these cacti, and the mountains behind you are beautiful as well. Imagine coming over them in a covered wagon.
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Wow, I didn't know any of that. Great picture
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Thanks for sharing the picture. The cacti sound very interesting. I did not know they grew so tall. That one must be over 20 feet tall. Amazing! Good to see a picture of you and Scottie.
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I love your cacti and thanks for a bit of history on the cacti. Fantastic photo!