Hoodoo Rock Exposed!

This is the trecherous east face of
Hoodoo Rock in central Arizona. I don't
know what that green-coloured plant is in
the foreground. It looks like agave, after
a wild javalina came along and chewed on
it. (I have seen many wild javalina in
this area, but no pictures yet.)

Hoodoo Rock is a witness to the forces of
geologic time. And, I'm sure the rocks in this area have been licked and touched by the many
species of snakes and lizards living in this
rocky region, just east of Payson, Arizona.

June 8, 2008

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GroundRat

GroundRat - Feb 18, 2009 7:49 pm - Voted 10/10

those rocks...

look like a heavy set woman sitting down and leaning forward, with ass-crack facing us.

lcarreau

lcarreau - Feb 18, 2009 8:00 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: those rocks...

Ha, ha! Glad you enjoyed it! It was
extremely warm that day, and who knows
what grotesque figures you MIGHT discover
in the Arizona desert on a warm day?

Like I said in the description, I'm sure
this formation has been "licked and touched"
by a variety of snakes and lizards, as a
deterent from becoming too LONELY. : )

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