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Sunset, Elk and Bigfoot?

While in Young AZ, we decided to park our jeep near a dirt road that enters into the forest. We found pieces of wood for future craft projects and unfortunately, an elk carcass. Next to that, we saw the remains of a tree that looked like it was shredded by something very strong. We did see a group of elk grazing across the road. The male was keeping his eyes on us while protecting the pregnant female of the group. We felt like someone or something was watching us from beyond the trees in the forest. We both thought we saw a figure that resembled the elusive bigfoot. Was it him? We don't know, but I did capture something interesting in one of my photos while panning the forest with my camera on zoom. While waiting for the sun to set, we could see smoke from the other side of the mountain. Thank goodness it was put out by the end of the weekend. Very sad to see our state on fire.

Abandoned Photography: Young AZ


Photography: Pleasant Valley Museum

  Along the main street of Young AZ and near the cemetery, sits the Pleasant Valley Museum. If you ever go to Young, this is a great place to visit and see the history of the town. They have many pictures of the family involved in the Pleasant Valley War, other historical people, items given to them by residents, and much more. The two ladies running the place were very informative and a delight to talk with.