|Old experimental tower near Tortugas Mountain|
|Above the high foothills|
|Out of the foothills|
|Clouds coming in from the northwest|
|Getting a little dicey out there|
|Huge Hedgehog Cactus (some columns over a foot tall)|
|Guy jogging with his dog|
|Into a wide arroyo|
|Mule Deer prints in the sandy arroyo bottom|
|Exploring the arroyo|
|Heading toward the Tortoise|
|Looking back the way we came|
|Clouds spilling over the Organ Mountains|
|What's brewing in that cauldron?|
|Slice of Las Cruces|
|Tall Torrey Yuccas|
Fortunately, Hurricane Joaquin veered off to the northeast and spared us. Some of the early forecasts predicted landfall in our area. The thick blanket of clouds that had been over us for a week moved out on Sunday afternoon, and now we're enjoying delightful weather.
Delightful weather is what we're hoping for, Scott, but it's been crazy around here.
Packrat, I'm glad you and Becca had a long, cool hike.
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