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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

If It's Wednesday . . .

The high flat land
We did our normal hike this morning despite the hot conditions; we're headed for 103F today.  The humidity was much lower than it's been of late, but any real breeze to help ameliorate the heat was absent.  A mild stirring of air on our way back couldn't really rise to the level of "breeziness."

We saw no one during our outing, with the exception of a few Jackrabbits that caught the Heelers' attention several different times during our trek up LDR.

By the time we got back to the CR-V all were eager to jump inside for the air-conditioned ride home.

Eye on the sky

Soaptree Yucca and Ocotillos

Mesquite in Second Arroyo

Willow and Frio

View to the southwest in Second Arroyo

Second Arroyo

Another view in Second Arroyo

Desert Marigolds

Gauze clouds

A long view of Tortugas Mountain

Heelers and a Wildcat

This and the rest:  double Barrel Cactus


1 comment:

Dr. K said...

I really like the photo you captioned "Gauze Clouds."

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