You see above a Good Path! It leads to Pintail Lake Wetlands near Show Low in Arizona, which was constructed to filter Show Low’s waste water & create habitat for waterfowl & all the many other critters that love wetlands.
It was a lovely day, I had plenty of time, & the path was promised to be short, so of course I walked right down it.
Loiosh & Major Tom decided to come along (Hades had better things to do, by which I mean ‘nap’). The great thing about walking cats is pretty often, if I just set out walking, they’ll follow along.
Not quickly, though. They are cats.
After a pleasant walk we got to the blind, from which one can observe hypothetical waterfowl on the hypothetical lake without disturbing them.
There was a bit of a shortage of both lake & waterfowl, but it’s winter. These things happen.
The boys enjoyed the blind, though.
… I’m really glad Loiosh decided against trying to jump out the window.
The junipers grew large white berries, which I’ve seen before, but not often.
The walk back was repeatedly punctuated by me stopping to wait for the boys to saunter close enough for me to set out again. Why hurry? There weren’t any mice to chase.
It was a nice break in the drive, & yes, having time for this kind of stop is one of the reasons I built Tyrava.
This was posted originally to, a little over a week ago.
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