This morning, I was determined to have a nice leisurely day. Had a long breakfast and it was nearly noon, before I was out and about. Quite warm, but comfortable. Yuma kept looking over towards Deb and Riley's place and sure enough Deb came by for a short visit. I finally have a friend that comes by often for a sip. No longer afraid of me sitting near by.
I had this thought in my head of a place in the Cargo Muchacho Mountains I wanted Deb to see, so before dragging her through the rough country in the Jeep, I tried to find it first. These mountains are rugged with rocks everywhere.In front of the Jeep is a large ravine and as I look around this is what I see. To make the story of the search short, I never did find the Jeep trail that I had taken in the past. May have to do some research on my previous posts to find that day. It may give me a clue.
It's a huge valley that has been torn apart by gold miners in centuries past. It is near the town of Tumco, that I visited yesterday.
The search wasn't for naught though. As I came up out of a ravine behind where I parked the Jeep above, I saw movement ahead of me across the valley. I quickly pulled my camera and zoomed in on them.
I believe they are young Big Horn Sheep. Correct me if I am wrong.
|They see us.|
It was getting on 3 o'clock by the time we got home and I was ready to just lay back in my lounge chair and call it a day. Had a great dinner of a pork chop, green beans and grilled potatoes. Time for dessert now and soon call it a day.
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