|Sky at start|
We were all pretty comfortable during the trek--the humans a bit sweaty from high humidity--but I think we're only supposed to reach a high of 93F today, much closer to normal for this time of year here.
Back home, after showering and eating lunch, I had some fun trying to ID the wasp that appears below, at first wondering if it was a type of Tarantula Hawk, and then deciding it was a Blue-winged Wasp (Scolia dubia) before research convinced me it was a Scarab Hunter Wasp (Triscolia ardens).
|Picacho Peak in sunlight|
|Frio and Willow|
|Honey Mesquite in Second Arroyo|
|Tortugas and the Organs|
|This & the next: been wondering which critters are eating Barrel Cactus buds|
|This and the next 2: Scarab Hunter Wasp (Triscolia ardens)|
|Yucca and Ocotillos|
|Sky at end|