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Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Before Another Windstorm

Clouds over mesquites
Not too cold this morning when Dr. K, Willow, Frio and I hit the trail.  The saving grace was lack of wind, but that will change radically today.  Gusts up to 50 mph are expected this afternoon, continuing through tomorrow.

Also expected is precipitation in the form of rain and snow; the only question now seems to be whether the white stuff will accumulate.

We saw nobody during our outing today.

This & next:  clouds over the banks of LDR-A

This & next:  Magdalena Peak in the distance

Tortugas and the Organ Mountains

More morning clouds

Heelers on the east/west cross trail

Organs again

Frio and Willow

This & next:  Organs in sunlight

Organ Mountain peaks

Willow and Frio

The rest:  White-crowned Sparrow


1 comment:

Dr. K said...

I like the second image of the White-crowned Sparrow. It has a stern look on its face.

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