Bob, cooking inside his Airstream, Aluminum Turtle on one of the many sunny mornings.
Bob Pahl wearing his SKP ("es cape ee" ? :-) badge, that is his ID as a full time RV'er....worn at an angle I took this at an angle in his Airstream Classic.
Pad #5 on the course.
Bob putting with the Catalina Mountains in the background.
Here is the challenging hole #10 where we though over a baseball field to a basket from the B pad. Our second time on the course, returning after the Friday morning Sagauro NP Bike Ride
Thursday was the day to visit local farmers and more of Cochise County. Bob had contacted Joe Marlow of South Winds Farm and we visited on Thursday, just a few miles north east of Benson
Joe Marlow welcomed us to his farm around 1 PM on Thursday where he was digging up the earth and planting asparagus roots - here he is in the pump house, showing us the irrigation system.
View of South Winds Farm with the white fabric covered rows, and his small tractor.
Allium, onion plants with some T'O proto shallots in the foreground. Fun to learn from Joe who has a background in farming from the mid west as well as geology and economics.
Bob peeling one of the proto shallots, from the Tohino O'odham Nation lineage, that we were able to sample. Bob is planning to return to the farm this next week to work on Tuesday.
Bob with South Winds Farm founder Joe at the washing area for the produce. The washing machine is a cost effective salad dryer.
One of the two solar panels that help to power the South Winds Farm operations, with Joe and Bob walking on our tour.
View of desert flora looking SW toward Benson as we left South Winds Farm.
Bob at the beginning of the bike ride with the warning about not going downhill too fast! :-)