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Friday, November 18, 2016

Shorter Trek

Dead Plumed Crinklemat flower
I took Becca on a shorter hike this morning to make sure I wasn't pushing her too hard on our daily treks.  She did fine on our explorations west of Tortugas Mountain.  And even though we traveled less there were still quite a few interesting things to see and to photograph.  When we got back to the car we had an encounter with J.C. and Olivia and our buddy Gregg.  Chatted for only a short time, though, as I didn't want to leave the Beckster in the car alone for too long.
There was a crooked yucca

Looking back the way we just came

Soaptree Yucca flowers

Blossoms of the Soaptree Yucca

A single Soaptree Yucca

Soaptree Yucca clones

Small arroyo branch west of the mountain

Becca happy to be in an arroyo


Out of the arroyo and onto a dirt road

Rest break


Bent flower stalk

Part of Las Cruces, New Mexico and Picacho Peak

1 comment:

Dr. K said...

I like the pale yellow color of the yucca blossoms. I'm happy to see Becca so happy.

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