What’s to find in Pica, Arizona?

Arid environments and forgetting your drinking water are a bad combination. It gets worse if you also forgot your food. We definitely had to get back to the car now that the sun was standing too high. The perfect time to give our body the necessary fuel.
Hint: always bring enough water and food.

In the afternoon we picked a spot at a place called Pica, just west of Seligman. I have no idea why this place even got a name, unless for some historical reason. Today there isn’t a lot to see anymore. Except for trains. We were treated with a bunch of trains following each other in the nice evening light.

BNSF 4090 is heading west through Aubrey Valley, west of Seligman. Pica (AZ), 28.5.2014
BNSF 4090 is heading west through Aubrey Valley, west of Seligman. Pica (AZ), 28.5.2014
Slowly day turns into night, offering a beautiful spectacle. Pica (AZ), 28.5.2014
Slowly day turns into night, offering a beautiful spectacle. Pica (AZ), 28.5.2014
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