Sigh - no. We got very close, though. What is Lockiel like?azfansinnc said:Sigh. I miss the desert. Great pics, 2GreenCars.
We used to go down to that area to ride ATV's, dunebugies, etc. Miles and miles of dirt roads without anybody else in sight except the occasional Border Patrol agent.
Did you make it down to Lochiel(border town/shack) or the ranch where Oklahoma! was filmed? It's between Sonoita/Patagonia and Parker Lake.
I don't know. Didn't want us snooping around, I guess. Totally uncool. Though I can understand he probably gets lots of touristas.Sage said:GREAT shots 2GreenCars!
Soooooo - did you see any ghosts??? Why didn't the guy want you to get outta the car? I love this stuff!! :2:
I don't know. Didn't want us snooping around, I guess. Totally uncool. Though I can understand he probably gets lots of touristas.
We could imagine him in Scooby Doo being led away and muttering "If it hadn't been for those kids, I'd have gotten away with it..." !!!
Ruby is the ghost town sw of Tucson, I believe. Not sure where the Rubicon trail is. If it involves ANY off-roading we AIN'T GOING THERE! :2: (see off-roading thread we just posted)sblvro said:when you say ruby, is it the rubicon trail?
Lochiel is just a shack really. I just thinks it's kinda funny to see it and realize this is an international border with Mexico. There's just a dirt road on either side heading off into the desert. Totally different than Nogales.2GREENCARS said:
Sigh - no. We got very close, though. What is Lockiel like?
Where was Oklahomia filmed? Have you been? What was it like?
We did do a trek from Sonoita to Parker Lake, though. And then across a mountain pass (S C A R Y) to Sierra Vista. I'll post pictures of our off-roading adventures!
Next trip I'd like to go to Ruby which apparently has 30 buildings still standing!