|A cool overcast day for starts|
|Devil's Head swollen from recent rains|
|This is the way to the foothills on the west side|
|Headed down to the lower desert|
|A cowboy on his Paint|
|Making a big turn to the left|
|Tortugas and the Organs|
|Devil's Claw (Proboscidea althaeifolia)|
|Good day in the desert|
Doesn't the Devil's Claw produce that nasty-looking dried pod you photograph occasionally, Packrat? What a nice flower to produce such an insidious pod.
We're getting torrential rain here today (Wednesday). It seems to rain every other day here this summer, so it's especially warm and humid.
Packrat, I'm glad it was cool this morning, at least for most of the hike.
Yes, Scott, you're right. The Devil's Claw is the clawed pod (pun intended) that I often photograph.
I've noticed that you folks back east are getting pounded with rain; my cousin in Kentucky said they were getting hellacious storms.
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