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Friday, May 4, 2018

In Shadow

Striking for the upper foothills
Becca and I did our entire morning hike completely in shadow.  We were in shadow because we started off at 6:00 a.m.  We started at 6:00 because we had to get back by 8:00 because we had workers coming to install three items related to heating/cooling:  a new Mastercool Evaporative Cooler, a new Trane furnace, and a new Rheem water heater.  The water heater guy is still here, but the others have finished and gone already.  Even though Becca and I did a short hike we're glad we were able to get out on the trail, even for an abbreviated trek.
Flank of Tortugas and the Organ Mountains

Bishop Cap

Today's moon

One way out

Rio Grande (bottom center)

We can see the sunlight, we just ain't in it

City of Las Cruces and Picacho Peak (elevation 4959 feet)

1 comment:

Dr. K said...

That's a really nice photo of the moon, Packrat.

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