Tag Archives: juniper
Near Abiquiu, New Mexico, USA.
Poachers. Is it poaching if it’s a tree being killed in a park? Elephant Butte Lake SP, New Mexico, USA.
El Morro campground, New Mexico, USA
Percha Dam State Park, New Mexico, USA.
Near Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA.
To mark the end of 2014. I wish all of you a wonderful 2015. I just realized this also marks the end of the 4th year for this blog. Who knew it would last this long – certainly not me! … Continue reading
Junipers are beautiful – living or dead.
Some friends and I hiked to Raab Park in the Gila National Forest. It’s about a 3 1/2 mile hike in with some steep rocky slopes to get there, but it’s beautiful country. Most folks probably go to see the … Continue reading
This old juniper has witnessed a lot from its spot above Ash Springs Canyon. I wonder how old it is.
The dog and I had a nice treat last night – deer visiting the yard. Sola started by barking, but soon obeyed to watch silently. It was too dark for photos – I really saw only silhouettes. Five does, not … Continue reading
Why doesn’t this rock slide off? Would you picnic below it? How does this tree survive? These photos are from the Pyramid Peak hike near Gallup, New Mexico.
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