Well… not really!
I was just hanging out on Constellation Rd. in Wickenburg, AZ.
We had a fun day 4-Wheelin’ with friends to the end of Constellation Rd.
This back road is full of Old Mines, Ghost Towns and Old Cemeteries.
We first came to Sayer Springs.
There is a natural Spring in this area and also a famous grave site for a dog named Rick.
Hiking in this area was quite fun. We climbed to the top of Sayer Springs!
We came across an old mining town.
Back in the jeep we went where we continued down Constellation Rd.
We were looking for the Monte Cristo Mine.
The back hills of this area was absolutely beautiful!
Some say they died of influenza. I am not really sure.
When we arrived at the cemetery we were amazed of how many graves there were.
I was a bit overwhelmed and went off by myself for a bit. I said a few prayers but at this moment in time I realized what a hard life these pioneers lived.
I was sitting among these flowers…
Finding one head frame on a back road trip is amazing but to come across another one… on the same trip… is FABULOUS!
We came across this place… no trespassing and private property signs were posted everywhere. It looks like a working stone cottage of some sort.
The Williams Family Ranch is at the end of Constellation Rd. It’s a working ranch where you can vacation at. So if you want to go to a Dude Ranch… here is the link to the Williams Family Ranch.
I am not endorsing them… just giving information about it to you.
As you turn around and go back up Constellation Rd.
You are left to say goodbye to this fellow…
Until Next Time ~Nancy