|Hill west of the Organ Mountains|
In doing so we did not see the woman heading north on LDR running with her two dogs--one medium size and one little. She had to stop to put the pipsqueak on a lead, and that gave Willow and Frio time to rev up for some serious whining and barking. No encounter, though.
When we got back on the dirt road we recognized the guy who had jogged past us--the male half of the man and woman couple we see frequently on Saturdays. We never got close to him as he ran up the steep incline to the upper flatland. About fifteen minutes later we crested the ridge and crossed over to our waiting CR-V.
|Stick and shadow|
|Heelers with Dr. K|
|Another character along the way|
|This and the next: Willow and Frio|
|This and the next: far up First Arroyo|
|Soaptree Yucca at left, Torrey Yucca in center|
|Young Torrey Yucca|
|This and the next: Dr. K with the Heelers|
|Looking down First Arroyo|
|This and the next 2: hot-air balloon|
|Prickly Pear Cactus|
|Looking north on LDR|
|Tortugas and the Organs|
|Former frog or lizard stick|
I like that second photo of the hot air balloon. That's a good sign that spring is on its way.
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