Puerto Peñasco

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Mango + Chile+ Sunset= ❤
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3 boys fish market
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I’ve alot of statues in my life, this by far takes the cake. Ridin on a shrimp.

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Beckster and I taking a selfie.
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Finished Ocean Power and Where clouds are formed poetry book by Ofelia Zepeda and sipped on tea. Girls weekend getaway accomplished.

 

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Some pictures of my “Girls weekend getaway” in Puerto Peñasco or what Americans call, Rocky Point. I think it’s ironic that I’ve lived in Arizona my whole life and have traveled to so many countries but it took me 30 years to finally go to Mexico (which is only 2 and a half hrs by car). It was a fun road trip through the Sonoran desert with the girls and we stopped at the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument before crossing the border. New experiences and new appreciation of the desert indeed. After our weekend in Puerto Peñasco, we stopped in Ajo, Arizona. I noticed an alley filled with street art and knew we had to turn around, after a burrito stop, of course. I’m originally from Northern Arizona but the longer I have been living in Phoenix (Southern Arizona) I am finally appreciating the Sonoran desert and being surrounded by all the beautiful Indigenous plants (cactus, ocotillio, Aloe Vera, Yucca, etc.). I have never been to this part of Southern Arizona, at times it was new and exciting but yet familiar and homely.

♥Beach Fossils- Face it♥

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Amber McCrary is Diné zinester, feminist and writer. She was born in Tuba City, AZ (Diné Bikeyah) and raised in the Bordertown of Flagstaff, AZ. In the small town of Flagstaff is where she discovered her love for Punk Rock and the Do it Yourself Culture. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in American Indian Studies from Arizona State University. She will be pursuing her MFA in creative writing with an emphasis in poetry this fall. She enjoys many things in life such as tea, traveling, writing, reading, sulking, gardening, eating, smashing the patriarchy and learning about cultures and her own (Navajo/Diné). She currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona. Her work has appeared in Yellow Medicine Review, Bluestockings Magazine, Cloudthroat magazine and the Introduction to Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies: Interdisciplinary and Intersectional Approaches 1st Edition.

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