Water Is Now Flowing In Sabino Canyon Quenching A Giant Thurst   Leave a comment

We are currently on an east coast road trip, while back in Tucson, the monsoon season continues creating flash flood conditions. In August 2014, we had heavy downpours in Sabino Canyon. Since I’m not in Tucson, and there will not be posting rushing Sabino creeek waters, I’m reblogging that post. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being

Water in the creek (1 of 1)-2 blogVisitors to Sabino Canyon were pleased to see water in the creek, the first time since the spring.

Water in the creek (1 of 1)-3 blogThe water for now is flowing over the Bear Canyon low-water crossing.

Water in the creek (1 of 1)-4 blogWater is also going over the low-water crossing below the Sabino Canton dam.

Water in the creek (1 of 1)-5 blogWater rushing over Sabino Canyon dam.

Water in the creek (1 of 1)-6 blogSabino Canyon Dam

Water in the creek (1 of 1)-7 blogSabino Canyon Dam

Water in the creek (1 of 1)-8 blogWater rushing over the boulders at the base of the dam.

Water in the creek (1 of 1)-9 blogThe area along the creek has been so dry that even the willows near the dam have dropped their leaves,
looking more like late fall rather August.

Water in the creek (1 of 1)-10 blogThis ash tree, home to a Cooper’s hawk nest has also lost a lot of its leaves.

Water in the creek (1 of 1)-11 blogThe water is providing a welcome relief from this year’s draught.

Water in the creek (1 of 1)-12 blogThe creek will continue to flow as long as the Catalina Mountains receive Monsoon rains.
— Images by kenne

“A giant thirst is a great joy when quenched in time.”

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Posted August 12, 2021 by kenneturner in Information

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