Arizona, Day Three (BTA)
Well, I know you’ve all been waiting on pins and needles for the post about our last day in Arizona. Wait no further! Here it is.
For our third day, we went to the Boyce-Thompson Arboretum near Superior, AZ. It’s a little less than an hour’s drive from Phoenix, and utterly worth the time. BTA is a really well put-together botanical garden, arboretum, and birding area. I love it! If I lived closer, I’d be there all the time. Here are some photos from BTA, in no particular order.
Here are a few photos from inside the glass house. The second photo shows a beautiful Aloe striata v. karasbergensis. The third photo shows the hole someone poked into one of its leaves with their thumb. People are buttholes.
Last but certainly not least, here’s Mr. Broad-Billed Hummingbird dining alone. This is possibly the best photo of the day, maybe even the whole trip.
Thanks for keeping up with and commenting on our annual Arizona trip!