Bike Repair In the Kofa Wilderness

We took our first camping trip of the year to the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge in Arizona. We were a group of happily vaccinated family members, my sister and her husband, my brother, his wife and their son, and my husband and me.

We had a beautiful campsite at the base of the Kofa Mountains. We were the only people for miles. We saw some birds, heard coyotes in the distance, and encountered an abundance of cholla cactus. I fit in four quick sketches between the hiking, biking, and admiring of the landscape.

This sketch shows my brother and his son fixing bike tires. These two enjoy each other’s company, and do lots of activities together. I wanted to show their companionableness in this piece.

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1 Response to Bike Repair In the Kofa Wilderness

  1. Beverly Barrett says:

    Looks like they are enjoying each other. You captured the mood.

    Sent from my iPhone



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