|Clouds at start|
The Heelers very nearly pulled me off my feet when they lurched at a rapidly departing jackrabbit this morning as we descended the arroyo that parallels LDR-A. I actually had to run a few feet to stay upright.
I've had large dogs, medium dogs and small dogs over many years, but Frio and Willow are undoubtedly pound-for-pound the strongest dogs I've ever known. Admittedly I'm a bit less stout now than when I was younger, but these two Heelers are powerful. Becca was very strong, too, but she was bigger than these two.
|Stinging Serpent leaves (aka Cervallia sinuata)|
|This & next: Tortugas and the Organs|
|Organ Mountains otra vez|
|Flank of Tortugas and the Organs|
|This & next: morning sky|
|This & next 2: deadwood sticks|
|This & next: Soaptree Yuccas|
|Last 2: Frio and Willow|
My favorite of the photos of the deadwood sticks is the second one that's in color.
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