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Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Chillin' Out

From the bottom of LDR-A
It was 52F this morning when we set off, and the wind in the upper flatland actually made it feel a bit chilly as we hiked down LDR-A to the lower desert.  The sun shone brightly, though, and the wind diminished as we trekked across the Tellbrook Arroyo.

We bushwhacked into the desert from LDR and hiked the small trail westward until it intersected with the new arroyo.  We followed the arroyo north until we reached LDR just below First Arroyo.

From there we headed south along LDR, encountering both the man and woman joggers/hikers midway to the Tellbrook Arroyo.  We exchanged salutations while heading in opposite directions.  Before long we were back in the upper flatland where we left the CR-V.  A nice morning outing, and Frio and Willow were very well behaved once again.

This and the next:  Prickly Pear

Frio and Willow in the new arroyo

Do not touch exhibits

This and the next 4:  new arroyo

This and the next 2:  Black-chinned Hummingbird

Barrel Cactus


1 comment:

Dr. K said...

I like the photos of the new arroyo that you and the pooches walked in this morning.

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