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... an Elk joined us by bugling. I did get to record it but couldn't include it on this pod. I guess it's a very large file to upload. It was fantastic to hear....tried to look for it but never did find it. It was very exciting as we sat and listened to it.
Hope you enjoy the pictures as much as we enjoyed the trip.
Love to all and stay safe!
Randy and Betty
OK so here's the lowdown.
Arose early this morning since we wanted to get an early start. Today's drive was to be as long as yesterdays, but slower since we would be on state and country roads. Luckily there was a Flying J about a mile from the park because we were down to "150 mile to E". So we packed up everything and headed out. We filled up with gas and started on our way.
Our first stop of the day was at ...
... like playing in sand, but she kept us from staying to watch the sunset.
Yesterday we stayed around Alamogordo. We had the whole day with nothing planned since White Sands was closed, so we stopped by their local zoo. It's listed as the oldest zoo in the Southwest, started in the late 1800s. It was really small, but neat. Dean loved seeing the bald eagles, and Iris enjoyed most of the animals ...
... it as a sleeping bag. Johan was immediately attracted to the bull whip, I have no idea why? With all the enthusiasm he showed I thought it was best left on the shelf as it could only spell bad news.
Johan enjoyed another day of driving while I continued working, the good news is that I delivered my final work product at midnight and hopefully will have very little work interruptions the next week. The drive could have been through the Karoo (desert in South Africa) ...
... the world's largest gypsum dune field. Located in the Tularosa Basin and surrounded by the San Andres and Sacramento mountain ranges, this rare type of sand has formed 275 square miles of four types of dunes. Gypsum sand came from crystalline selenite, which then was broken down by water, wind and tumbling to form fine granules of white, soft sand. The reptiles and mammals living here have evolved to blend in with the ...