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Wednesday, August 15, 2012


The bright green on the rock is what I can call a young rockeater. The light grey-green growth adjacent to the bright green is mature rock eater. The cactus at the lower left is what I call hedge hog. It can produce a large vermillion flower.

Just checking photos of bighorn sheep scat on line and suspect that I have seen an considerable bit of it on these walks. Have also seen one very good hoof impression. 

Believe that I have also seen one largish cat print with nice round chubby pads and no claw marks.
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