|Movin' on down the road|
|Rugged terrain west of Tortugas Mountain|
|Always in the bushwhacking mood|
|Yuccas and Ocotillos|
|What's Becca staring at?|
|Black-tailed Jackrabbit (a true hare)|
|X marks the spot|
|A cross of heavy metal bars welded together|
|Out in the middle of nowhere we found . . .|
|a Dodge Chrysler Mopar 383 2BBL intake manifold (I googled the serial #)|
|A real impediment to bushwhacking: Catclaw Acacia|
|Mesquite leafing out on an arroyo bank|
|When the flower is ready the hummingbird will come|
|A Raven harasses a Red-tailed Hawk|
|Fossilized animal track in Welded Tuff?|
|Our friend Jimmy halfway up the mountain's west face|
Sure looks like a deer hoofprint to me, Packrat. A day of "finds"!
Sure enough looks like some kind of print, Scott, but I have my doubts. As usual, more research is necessary.
The grey part of the manifold looks like a grinning face with sunglasses on, cheing something!
A very adventurous day.
Didn't see that face until you pointed it out.
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