|First 3: heading down LDR-A|
It felt so hot this morning we decided to cut out two legs of the hike--the left and middle branch arroyos--and simply descend LDR-A arroyo, turn right on the east/west cross trail and then head up and out on the right branch arroyo.
We set a record high temperature yesterday--107F--and we're headed close to that again today. It isn't even summer yet, and I'm already sick of summer. I wish we could at least get some monsoon rains.
|Next 3: Organ Mountains|
|Great camouflage: Texas Horned Lizard|
|Frio and Willow on break|
|Tortugas and the Organs|
|This & next 2: our Desert Willow|
|Say's Phoebe on the bleeder line from our evaporative cooler|
Lovely photos of the Desert Willow flowers. And also of the Say's Phoebe.
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