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Regarding the Tarahumara and trail runners. I can’t remember the name of the book.....
Quote from: iCe on August 05, 2018, 09:50:53 AMRegarding the Tarahumara and trail runners. I can’t remember the name of the book.....Born to Run - by Christopher McDougall
I believe this is a Texas Walnut - Juglans microcarpaAlso, the wildlife camera project is managed by Patricia Harveson at Sul Ross (email@example.com). She might appreciate a note about the camera status.
Flash, what you referred to as stunted trees around Sam Nail are mostly walnuts. That 10 to 12 foot tall forest you walk through, so cool, is all walnut. With more water they get bigger and set more nuts as you found. I like that area. Such a small unique environmentI wonder how deep is the well there? I would guess by the presence of the walnuts, the water table is high.Very cool that your wife joins you on some of your adventures.
Thanks for all the pictures!Two comments...1. The Quemada looks real dry for this time of year2. Glad you spotted the aspens. Most people just walk on by. - Next time hike up to them.
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