|Starting down LDR-A|
Along the way up LDR, just after crossing the Tellbrook Arroyo, we looked back and saw somebody standing in the road staring at us. It was the beautiful Coyote pictured below, who stayed long enough for me to get a photo. Both Willow and Frio were particularly well behaved seeing as how they both had spied "God's dog" simultaneously.
When we finally reached the upper flatland the sun had come out a bit and the wind had pretty much ceased, allowing us to warm a little. This morning's outing can best be described by the word "invigorating."
|Sky to the southeast|
|Willow and Frio|
|East to Tortugas and the Organs|
|Coyote (Canis latrans)|
|Rugged Organ Mountains|
|Bit of Tortugas and the Organ Mountains|
|Soaptree and the Organs|
|Tortugas's flank and the Organ Mountains|
|Trail around Tortugas|
|This and the next: slice of Las Cruces and Picacho Peak|
|This and the next: Organ Mountains|
|Organ Mountains with wild clouds|
|View from the flatland above|