Wednesday, March 18
I toss the crew into the Perfect Tow Vehicle. At the end of the campground road I dump a bag of trash in the dumpster.
We take Route 93 south and turn onto a gravel road.
We’re still in Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge and this is a hunting area. That does not make sense to me. How can it be a refuge for wildlife if people shoot at the wildlife? Regardless, we walk the road and I take a few photos.
Remember when dried flowers were all the rage for decorating?
I like them better when they adorn the desert floor.
Looking east across the highway . . . .
The wind blows this morning and the air is chilly.
Reggie doesn’t tolerate the cold as well as Bridget and I do. A slight drop in air temperature takes him from comfort to shivers.
“C’mere, little guy. Let me put this sweater on you.”
I drive us to the north end of the lake and park.
We walk on a berm across the lake.
I step on Reggie’s leash to avoid a yank while clicking the shutter. Bridget knows to sit still and wait.
We have walked halfway around the lake which is far enough for us. I sit with my back to the table and an arm around Bridget on one side and and an arm around Reggie on the other.
“Isn’t it a beautiful day, guys?”
After a brief rest we head back.
Bridget and I run for the sake of Reggie.
He keeps ahead of us, straining at the leash.
“Okay, that’s enough! Right, Bridge?” We slow to a walk. Whew!
This time there are two!
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