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Travel Status: Inport

Current Home Port:
Boise, Idaho
Actual Location:
Meridian, Idaho
Temp: 91 °F


Adventure Miles:
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Situation Report
Last Update: 19 May 2009

Visitor Review for Superstition Mountains:


1 of 4 people found the following comments helpful:
Date: June 26, 2006
Reviewer: Bonnie Rudolph from Columbus, Ohio.
Review Title:: Shadow of The Superstitions.
Rating: 5 Stars (or Oustanding).
Review:
Shadow of the Superstitions
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The mating ritual of
Scorpions dancing in the moonlight
Holding claws and circling round
In the shadow of Superstition mountains
Tarantulas hunting, seeking prey to fill their emptiness
Saguaro cacti, silent sentinels, haven for desert birds
Stars seem bright, touchable
Nighttime heaven, reaches down, to caress desert..
Dry breezes rustle in moonlight,
Promising chill, before morn.
Superstitions of Indians and Spanish monks
And their cache of gold lost -Dutchman
Treasure, cursed, paid for, with life
.
Desert, sucked up tears of Anastazi,
Hopi, Apache, Spanish gold hoarders...Old prospectors,
Blood on sand, sinking in. Stories and sirens calling the song
?Obsession? of the superstitions.
While the scorpions glide gracefully, stingers erect.
Eerie whispers of days long ago
Deaths long past-.desert
Enduring on -past generations
Looking barren, yet teeming with life.
Surpassing beauty needs respect
Desert brings death, to the unwary , distracted.
Dried snakeskin with rattles, herald the possibility
Of an unseen snake.

I sift thru layers of time. While the desert dwellers hunt to survive.
Birds peck holes in cacti, in absence of trees.
Tarantulas, cunning, hairy, eight legs, of predation.
Scorpions hide, in heat of day and scavenge nightly
Bleached bones post a warning....
.Past westerners, some...gold seekers
Silver miners, wandering, in solitude, seeking treasure
They thought was happiness.
Solitary life, peace, of desert. And mountain.
Friends with their pack mule .Listening to mountain voices, and desert
Calling them, over the edge, of sanity.

Living dreams and imaginings...I will never be the same...
Seduced, by the arid Valley of the Sun.

Bonnie Rudolph




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013,466 miles are the actual travel miles with the trailer since 1 November 2003 when I left Emmett, Idaho until today (Sep 16, 2014) where I am located in Meridian, Idaho.

They do not include daily trip miles for morning coffee or trips to scenic/tourist locations etc.