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Thursday, September 2, 2021

HIgh on Humidity

Wandering Glider (notice yellow-brown cell at each wing tip)
More rain last night and during the overnight hours; as a result the humidity was sky high during our morning trek up to First Arroyo and back.  Additionally, the bugs bugged the crap out of us, and the three amigos--Willow, Frio and me--were all visibly aggravated, shaking heads, pawing at ears and accidentally slapping a Blu Bandoo cap with an errant hand.

On the way back into the upper flatland there were jackrabbits to pursue, but nobody had the opportunity to do so.  As a result my arms got a fantastic workout as I struggled to rein in two Heelers who think they're wild horses.  Nevertheless, it was a good outing into our section of northern Chihuahuan Desert today.

Half-and-Half

This & the next:  interesting cloud bank above the Organs



Tortugas and the Organs

Heading into First Arroyo

Heelers resting in First Arroyo

Green landscape

Looking toward the mountains in First Arroyo

Tortugas and the Organs

 

1 comment:

Dr. K said...

I can practically feel the humidity in these photos because of the desert greenery and the high clouds.

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