|Starting off early down LDR-A|
Willow and Frio had a blast, but taking them along the different route created a slight problem for me; whenever they explore a new area they're high on scents and full of piss and vinegar. Fortunately we only encountered one fleeing jackrabbit that grabbed their attention.
They sniffed, and I spotted, quite a few javelina tracks in an arroyo, and Frio was particularly taken by the holes peccaries had dug searching for roots to eat. All in all a good outing today.
|The LDR-A arroyo|
|Soaptree Yucca at far left will fall soon|
|This & next: inside the Tellbrook Arroyo|
|Small Soaptree Yuccas|
|This & next 4: Ladder-backed Woodpecker|
|Soaptrees in an arroyo Becca and I explored often|
|Soaptree Yucca, Tortugas (left) and the Organ Mountains|
|This & next: vistas of the distant Organ Mountains|
|The rest: Frio and Willow|
I love those photos of the Ladder-back Woodpecker, especially that last one.
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