|This & the next: Prickly Pear on our property|
Another notable highlight of the trek: an encounter with a Black-tailed Jackrabbit who was lying very still about twenty feet from the spot where Willow and Frio lay down in the shadow of the small Mesquite Tree pictured below at the side of the road. Completely unafraid of us the American Desert Hare stood and began munching on the leaves of a Creosote Bush. That's when Frio noticed him and jumped to his feet, followed closely by a similar maneuver from Willow. The jackrabbit dashed across the dirt road in front of us, and I was able to easily hold the Heelers at bay.
|This & the next: Prickly Pear w/mountain backdrop|
|This & the next: signaling which way to taxi|
|Frio and Willow|
|Soaptree Yucca patterns|
|Small Mesquite Tree with leaves|
|In First Arroyo|
|Next 2: B&W Xs|
|All pink & white flowers: Night-blooming Cereus|
|What caught my attention at the corner of my eye|
|This and the next: mesquite along LDR|
|Frio and Willow heading back|
Great photos of the delicate petals of the Night-blooming Cereus.
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