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Thursday, November 16, 2023

Forest Bushwhacking

Looks to be a House Finch
Dr. K, Willow, Frio and I got started fairly early on a forest bushwhack behind our cabin.  We did some climbing, but not nearly as much as yesterday.  We crossed the mountain laterally in a southerly direction, headed up a bit before turning around and going back.

Frio and Willow were off lead almost the whole time and they were very well behaved.  They're sticking near us during the trek, and that gives us grounds for trusting them; however, we haven't had any encounters with wildlife (or domestic life) that might set them off.

Sacramento Mountains view

Into the forest

Heelers in the lead

Another mountain vista

Small community

This & next:  looking down

This & next 2:  pathfinders

Local flora

This & next:  Mountain Mahogany

Heading back to the cabin

This & next:  the "O"s

This & next:  I think it's Shrub Live Oak

This & next 2:  "O"s coming and going

Part of our property

Three-leaf Sumac

Juniper berries

Townsend's Solitaire


1 comment:

Dr. K said...

I love the image of the Juniper berries.

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