|First 4: views of the Organ Mountains|
No jackrabbit nor other desert critter encounters today, which is always a balm for my aching body; however, Willow did latch onto a scent in Right Branch Arroyo and didn't give it up until we were ready to exit said arroyo.
No telling what she's smelling, but I suspect it could be traces of javelina; there are many signs showing they've been active in the section of desert we've been traipsing through.
|Barrel Cactus profile|
|Frio and Willow in the middle branch|
|View from the middle branch|
|Hill, Tortugas and the Organ Mountains|
|Last 2: west across the Mesilla Valley|