If there was a blogger yearbook, I think I'd be labelled as "most inconsistent." Oops. But whatever, I have good reasons. Most bloggers don't post when they're on vacation, period, and then a few hours after I got off the plane, I got struck down with the dreaded stomach flu. I'm feeling better now, but I have so much school work to catch up on that I still might be a bit absent in blog-world for a while. Bear with me, y'all.
Anyway, these pictures are from last week when my dad and I took a drive up Mount Lemmon Highway (also known as Catalina Highway, Sky Island Scenic Byway, Arizona Forest Highway 39, and, last but definitely not least, General Hitchcock Highway). It's a one hour drive that starts at Tucson's desert floor and climbs over 6,000 ft until you nearly get to the summit of Mount Lemmon (the highest point in the Santa Catalina Mountains). We stopped in Summerhaven (see map), which is at the top, and then pulled off at Windy Point (yellow star on map). We watched some guys rock climbing (like, real rock climbing. Not the fake rock climbing I did on my birthday) and walking across a rope in between two peaks. I also trekked through some rough terrain in heels and kicked that rough terrain's rough azz. Seriously, if you ever find a pair of Doc Martens sandals, buy them. They are amazing.
Dress: Jason Wu for Target (verdict: cute, but sack-like)
Sunnies: Karen Walker
Sandals: Doc Martens