This weekend, I opened my front door and saw snow. That’s right, SNOW, right here in Tucson, Arizona. And not just ordinary snow.
- snow in the desert
- snow next to tall saguaro cacti
- big, flat snowflakes. They were about 1 to 2 inches in diameter and looked like little flying saucers
- snow on 9,000-foot tall mountains
- an icy-cold stream flowing down from those mountains, and I waded through it!
Here, have a look:
Saguaro National Park:
Catalina State Park:
Happy snowy saguaro Sunday!