The oldest Saguaros live for two hundred years, scrape the sky at fifty feet, and weigh seven tons.
They exist as single trunks until they turn 75, then they start growing arms.
Long after death they remain a distictive part of the land.
Their old bones standing tall.
I’ll be traveling the next couple of weeks, visiting some dear friends in Hawaii before ending up back home in Fairbanks, Alaska in mid-April. The blog may be a bit quiet until then, but I’ll check in when I can. Thank you for stopping by.