|Interesting clouds over the Organs|
I did a lot of sweating out there today because it was hot and humid; due to the adverse conditions we took a lot of shade breaks after a long respite in Second Arroyo, where we drank water to stay hydrated.
On the way back into the upper flatland I spotted another imprint in the sand where a snake (probably a rattler) had coiled to sleep(?) There was also a clear track across the ground leading to--or away--from the resting spot.
|This & the next 8: portions of blue sky|
|How many doves?|
|This & the next: still yellow with chinchweed|
|Willow and Frio|
|Sphinx Moth larvae|
|Who's that coming down the Tellbrook Arroyo?|
|One of five or six coyotes|
|Crossing out of the arroyo|
|Pausing to take a look at us|
|This & the next: another of the pack|
|This & the next: where a snake coiled, and its track|
Nice photos of the coyote. It looks pretty healthy. I'm glad you and our doggies didn't personally encounter the snake.
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