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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Newton's Moisture

Raindrops on Cholla
When Becca and I headed over to Tortugas Mountain for a morning hike I knew it wouldn't be a good idea to bring my camera along.  I was right.  We got misted/spritzed upon for the entire long trek.  The precipitation never came down hard, but it was persistent enough to get us wet.  Before we drove home I gave Dr. K a call and asked her to have a towel ready to dry the Beckster off.  Our flash flood warning expired this morning, but we've been told by local meteorologists (not personally--on TV) to be aware of the potential for heavy rain from former Hurricane/Tropical Storm Newton.  I believe our next-door state, Arizona, is going to get hammered later today.
Flowers and fruit of the Red Yucca

Careful adjusting this old TV antenna

Fruit of the Cane Cholla

Cane Cholla and assorted desert flora

Our Purple Sage

Barrel Cactus that Caroline gave us as a gift

Looking in through the window at Becca

Rosemary growing at the side of our house

1 comment:

Dr. K said...

It's nice that you have some much to photograph right in our own yard. Beautiful purple flowers on our sage.

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