|Mountains at last!|
Arizona is not all desert, because so much of it is mountain. Scores of separate ranges, each with a name of its own, are sprinkled here and there, and in the southern part of the state they often rise abruptly from the desert floor itself. In fact it is impossible to move anywhere so far away from them that the horizon is not ringed around with peaks.
- Joseph Wood Krutch, The Voice of the Desert: A Naturalist’s Interpretation
|Thrilling mountains in New Mexico!|