Hey all, I have to post and run. I’m headed to Mill’s Canyon in New Mexico for the weekend. Looks like a tent won’t be necessary! I love sleeping under the stars. I didn’t have much time to go through my photos from the last few days but this one stood out to me. There are broods of ducks everywhere (well, where there is water). I snapped this shot of a mallard brood in South East Park in Canyon. I hope to have some great photos and stories when I return on Monday. If I have service, I will send out a message or two but Mill’s Canyon is very isolated and very deep. Get outdoors!
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