By the time we hooked them up again--seven-eighths of the way up Right Branch Arroyo--we were absolutely impressed by their good behavior. Even though they began to bolt off the trail several times during the trek they came back immediately when signaled to do so.
Although it was 39F when we started off today the wind was pretty much nonexistent and the sun broke though the cloud cover often enough to warm things up. All in all a great outing.
|Soaptree Yuccas and the Organ Mountains|
|Cloud cover over the Organs|
|Tortugas and the Organs|
|Hill west of the Organs|
|Dr. K and Heelers in the right branch|
|Willow and Frio|
|Blackfoot Daisy hanger-on|
|This & next: Tortugas and the Organ Mountains|
|Last 2: Soaptree Yucca in sunlight|
My favorite image here is the one of the cloud cover over the Organs.
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