The Tucson Crawfords went mountain climbing to the top of Picachu Peak last year, and everyone came back alive. Photos taken during this historic feat are below. Enjoy.
BEGINNING THE TREACHEROUS CLIMB TO PICACHU PEAK.
TIME FOR A BREAK.
“I HOPE DAD HAS A GOOD GRIP ON THE ROPE.”
MAYBE THIS WASN’T SUCH A GOOD IDEA AFTER ALL.
CLIMBING DOWN, IS SCARIER THEN CLIMBING UP.
TIME FOR A FLOWER BREAK.
THE PRETTIEST FLOWER IS THE ONE WITH THE BLUE HAT.
STEVE CATCHING A FEW ZZZZZS.
BECCA, STEVE, AND KEV WITH MONSTER SAGUARO CACTUS.
I am a 77 year old retired Northrop-Grumman Corp. Facilities Engineer. I worked at Northrop's Pico Rivera and Palmdale facilities for a total of 13 years, and retired 1n 1995. I have been married to my high school sweetheart for over 54 fantastic years, and we have 3 excellent children (all boys) 7 wonderful grandchildren, and 1 great grandchild. My hobbies are playing the piano (actually, more like learning HOW to play the piano) and restoring a 1937 Plymouth, although sadly, I have made very little progress on it in recent years. I drove road race go-karts until the age of 71. I never grew up, I just got old.