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Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Another Century Mark

Tortugas and the Organs
Dr. K, Willow, Frio and I did our usual hike this morning, and, boy, were the conditions rough.  Hot, high humidity, and almost no breeze.

Since ants didn't seem too abundant we took quite a few shade breaks to ameliorate the heat; didn't help that much.

It felt great to hop back into the CR-V post trek and blast the air conditioning during the short ride home.

Webs on the Tasajillo

This & next:  Swainson's Hawk

Odd clouds

This & next:  Prickly Pear with fruit

Willow and Frio in yucca shadow

Headed up the right branch

This & next 2:  Barrel Cactus with buds

This & next 2:  Barrel Cactus with flowers and buds

Hedgehog Cacti and Prickly Pear

The long view with wild cloud


1 comment:

Dr. K said...

That last photo of the Prickly Pear flowers is beautiful.

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