Hike on 8-5-16. The sun is still on the other side of the mountain.
I thought all the guys living on the river had left because of the heat wave. Of course if someone were to die in his tent, who would ever know?
Sherrie asked for a few more photos of this chair. It has been moved since the last time I saw it. Maybe the tent guy uses it.
Jessica still needs a boost to get into the Jeep, but she is very close to being able to get in by herself.
Hike on 8-10-16
This is part of a tributary to the San Jacinto River. The Levee is made of rocks held in place by wire mesh.
Watermelons if the farmer is growing the same thing he did last year.
Jessica does indeed possess the proverbial snootful of courage Irish Terriers are noted for, but she is nevertheless cautious when encountering the unknown which in this case is a bunch of sprinklers watering watermelons.
Ben will be six years old in November -- still looking very good in my opinion.
This is part of the levee that further east goes underneath Sanderson Street which floods closed in the past before this levee was built.
We've encountered coyotes coming up out of this in the past, but not today.
Duffy and Jessica get along well on the trail -- much better than at home.
Hike on 8-12-16.
This is a pose similar to one on hike two days ago -- and Jessica already looks larger.