Nice Morning

1/24/21

Two Toe Track

 

Adventure Location: Falcon State Park, Texas

Adventure Date: 1-24-2021

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The OFM is getting in LOTS of walking. In fact he wore out about 1400 and flopped onto the bed and passed out for an hour this afternoon.

This morning we encounterd a damp spot in a trail (actually we encountered lots of stuff) that had tracks of wildlife in it. We have been reading about another blogger having encounters with ostriches. She said those birds have two toes. Then we find these two toes tracks. Do you think we have ostriches in this area?






Winter was a long way away today. By noon we had 84F and bright sun again.





The OFM went to the Falcon County Park free camping area to visit an old friend, Rick. We found him and had wonderful conversation for a couple of hours. Like the OFM he is trying to figure out where to go next when it warms up a bit. We are both thinking north on the Rio Grande would be best. Rick has a new blue heeler puppy to occupy him. Shawnee is a really nice pup.



Then when we got back to the Castle is when the OFM passed out for an hour.



The sky was looking like it would be good for sunset pictures this evening, so we meandered over to one of the picnic areas nearby to see what we could see. It was definitely a good sunset day.



This was getting near sunset and was pretty good.





Then soon after we got this shot up in the sky as the clouds and sun worked back and forth to make a great scene.



And we can't let the sun hog all the blog so here is the super clear sky moon out mooning the earth. The fuzziness is due to the hand held camera by the OFM.





Seems meandering south Texas can be a good way of trying to have tooooo much fun.



2 comments:

  1. Glad you had such a good day! Looks like a deer track to me, which I'd much rather meet than an ostrich. Be careful out there. I wouldn't want to meet a wild ostrich. At least I'm taller than deer. Unless a crazy preoccupied buck in January with a full rack. So. As I said, be careful out there.

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    1. Oh it is only a deer. Rats now I will have to watch for a Mexican Mountain Lion for some excitement.

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