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Monday, March 15, 2021

A "Normal" Hike

Six of one . . .
Although it was 37F when we started out this morning the strong winds had abated by 3 a.m. and the sun was shining brightly when we set off.  We're slated for a high of 73F so things warmed up nicely as we headed down LDR-A and up LDR to Second Arroyo.

Saw a few jackrabbits and birds during our trek, but no human nature enthusiasts.  After a brief respite in the above-mentioned arroyo we turned around and headed back.

It was nice to get in a long hike without freezing our patooties off.

This and the next:  Soaptree Yuccas

Willow and Frio

In Second Arroyo

This and the next:  Tortugas Mountain and the Organs

Soaptree Yucca


1 comment:

Dr. K said...

Very cute photo of our Frio and Willow. This was a nice way to start the week.

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