|Really green Ocotillos|
Did the usual trek today; no need to elaborate. We saw no one in the desert, but Mr. White Hat's white van was parked in its usual spot when we got back to the CR-V.
Driving in to our parking spot today I saw a small snake in front of me and swerved to miss it. When I got out of the vehicle I walked back to scoot it off the dirt road. It was a small Striped Whipsnake that willingly obliged when I stomped my boot nearby. The snake's sudden slithering motion made Dr. K cringe.
|Looking back up LDR-A|
|Green at the base of Tortugas (left) caused by leafy Ocotillos|
|Ocotillo south of Tortugas Mountain|
|This & next: Ocotillos|
|Willow, Dr. K and Frio|
|Spot the hawk|
|The long view|
|Ocotillos in green finery|
I like the photos of the greened-out Ocotillos. My favorite image is the last one. It's amazing how quickly the Ocotillos became green with just a couple of days of rain.
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