|Cloud over the peak|
Other than the Beagles my cousin Joan and her husband Rich raised at their place in the Adirondack Mountains I've never seen a dog like Willow, whose nose is glued to the ground for 98 or 99 percent of the hike. I'm just not sure there is a way I can train her not to be so nosey during our treks.
Although Frio and Willow acted as if a sighting of a desert denizen or two was imminent we never actually spotted any, with the exception of the Black-throated Sparrows who were playing aerial tag up in the mouth of Right Branch Arroyo.
|Large Soaptree Yuccas|
|Clouds over the Organs|
|Frio and Willow|
|The Arroyo we came up|
|Typical Chihuahuan Desert view|
|Allthorn (Koeberlinia spinosa)|
|Prickly Pear with a heart|
|This & next: large Soaptrees from the east|
|This & next: Torrey X|
|Cloud over the peaks|
|Clouds over the Organ Mountains|
|This & next: Willow and Frio|
|Soaptrees in Right Branch Arroyo|
|Observatory and Soaptree|
Nice photos, Packrat. I especially the two that you called Torrey X.
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