Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Superstition mountains

The Superstition Mountains, home of stories stretched beyond the reaches of history.  They are the setting of religious shrines for Pimas and Apaches, of sanctuary for Apaches who refused to go to reservations, of violence between frontier prospectors, of treasure hunting for those who know the tales, and of a formidable rugged beauty.

The ruggedness of the mountain range means much of the region is still untouched wilderness.
With rumors of gold and treasure yet to be found, the mountain range still turns normal people into treasure hunting crazies.
I just thought they were pretty desert mountains.

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