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Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Fireworks Courtesy of Nature

Haynes Canyon
Plenty of fireworks here in the Sacramento Mountains last night, but not of the human variety.  Lots of thunder, lightning and heavy rain; very beneficial, but not without a negative consequence:  mud!

We had to use the Paw Plunger to get the red dirt mud off Frio's paws this morning after he went out into the front yard to do his business.  Willow was smart enough to stay in the grass to take a whiz.

We did a short hike in the forest around our property staying primarily on the rocks and slopes where the black dirt mud wasn't pervasive; by so doing we avoided have to plunge dog paws when we got back to the cabin later.

This & next:  cloudy mountain views

Golf-ball size Cob Beehive Cactus

This & next:  cloudy Sacramentos

This & next:  Beargrass (Nolina macrocarpa)

Dr. K and Frio (Willow is out of frame)


Exploring the forest

This & next 2:  Frio and Willow

Small pool of rainwater in old Prickly Pear pad

This & next:  Willow and Frio

Green mountains

1 comment:

Dr. K said...

I love the image of the pool of rainwater in the old Prickly Pear pad.

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