#268: Another May Rhino Trip through Buttermilk
We went out on another Rhino adventure into Buttermilk last weekend, and here are some images and video from the day.
I went with our neighbors, Steve and Debbie, as well as our grandson David. David did all the video on his iPad, as well as several of the still images.
That gadget does a good job with photos and video. It’s no Canon, but a fun camera to use.
There weren’t any pictures sticking their noses out, so we had to get around and sniff them out.
Read along for some thoughts and observations on the day.
Here is David and I at Cardinal Village.
On the left is David, making photos on the iPad. On the right is the result.
Here is the 7,000-foot pipeline coming from Bishop Creek.
We saw this Turkey Vulture circling around several times so we put a tag on him!
Here we are, headed up to Wahoo Gully on Mt. Humphrey.
The bright light on top of Casa Diablo is a relay tower. I think it’s for cell phone signals but I’m not sure. Anybody know?
These guys did a good job of staying hidden but we found them.
Here is that 7,000-foot pipeline again. I think this is a pressure-release valve.
This is a rabbit that got into a fight with a porcupine.
Here are some sunflowers, with Mt. Humphrey in the background.
Here is a wild peach plant up high in the Buttermilk area.
This is an aspen grove we enjoy in the spring, but love in the fall.
These two guys are keeping an eye on us, and Mt. Tom.