After passing through The Mule Pass tunnel we found our way to N. Juniper Flats Rd. right where AL said it would be. Once again we found it necessary to abuse our car and drive on an unimproved road that really called for a Jeep.
Once we made it through the switchbacks, around the rock outcrops, up the steep slope the view was worth the physical abuse. There's Bisbee in the valley and Mexico in the distance.
We didn't make it all the way to the top where the microwave towers and antennas are but we were happy to find a few unique off-grid homes way up here.
This unusual home enjoys an outstanding view and few neighbors. My guess is that the hat shaped roof is designed to collect rain water.
We laughed when we found this Hoby Cat in somebody's driveway all the way up here. It always seem odd to see boats in Arizona, but up on this mountain top?