These are the trees we come to see.
These are the campsites we take refuge in from the summer heat.
These are the trails we walk to find peace, to hear the birds, to look at something green, to restore ourselves.
These are the trees and plants that clean our air and allow us to breath deeply.
This is the forest home of many animals and if you are very fortunate, you might get to see a deer or an elk.
These trees are old and many are mature. They will never regenerate again in our lifetime .
They are also very dry and plagued by bark beetle, making them vulnerable to things they could otherwise resist.
Please be careful when you use our precious forests. They have much to offer us if we take care of them. One careless cigarette, or not-quite-out campfire, and it's all easily and quickly destroyed.
The roads are lovely, and winding through mature stands of Ponderosa Pine, over 1.8 million acres of them, between Sedona and Flagstaff. There is snow here and good skiing most years at Arizona Snowbowl, now equipped with snow-making machinery.
Lake Mary has had a nesting pair of bald eagles and has been good for fishing, if the water level is high enough.
This is a land of many uses with something for everyone. Let us please be careful and responsible so we can continue to enjoy it for many years..
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