|Long view of Tortugas and the Organs
Willow and Frio were especially good during the trek, not lunging in the least when we encountered two desert cottontails at close range; both critters lit out when they saw us, but the Heelers were well behaved.
Still a little apprehensive when we crossed the spot I photographed the Western Diamondback day before yesterday. Finding snake-like sticks like the one pictured below never helps the nerves.
|Frio and Willow
|Where water flows in the desert
|Big mouth rabbit
|Every stick is a snake after a rattler encounter
|Willow and Frio