Our last day in Arizona was spent at Saguaro National Park, which was created to save the iconic Saguaro Cactus from extinction. So far so good
Hedgehog cactuses are also gloriously in abundance in the park.
This part of the park is located at the east end of Tucson. The day before we spent at the west branch of the park.
I love the hedgehog cactus when they bloom.
When the yellow brittlebush wild flowers are in bloom the desert comes alive with beauty.
I don’t know if there is a better place to see the majestic saguaro cactus that grows no where else other than the Sonoran Desert.
We drove on an 8 miles self-guided drive around the park.
Some of the rock formations were beautiful too.
I never get enough of the lovely pink flowers of the Hedgehog cactus.