Friday I moved down canyon to the Hackberry campground from the canyon rim here at Palo Duro State Park. It’s my old campground where I first hosted in 2010. I love it here.
On a drive around the bottom of the canyon I found evidence of our recent rainstorm. The reddish clay was mucky in some areas.
In another place it was already dry but still showing evidence of where the water ran.
Moving on I found a clump of wildflowers brought to bloom by the warm temperatures in the canyon and a little pepito insect hanging out on a bud.
A bit later I found a lifeless moth in a puddle of red clay water from the recent runoff. Still life with moth. Still beautiful!
See you on down the road!