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There's never a shortage of rock formations to amuse one's eyes while hiking in the Mid Hills and New York Mountains

There's never a shortage of rock formations to amuse one's eyes while hiking in the Mid Hills and New York Mountains Other animals before me have carved a bit of a path in the stiff blackbrush on the the plainThumbnailsI locate the stream that emanates from Cottonwood Spring and start following it upstreamOther animals before me have carved a bit of a path in the stiff blackbrush on the the plainThumbnailsI locate the stream that emanates from Cottonwood Spring and start following it upstreamOther animals before me have carved a bit of a path in the stiff blackbrush on the the plainThumbnailsI locate the stream that emanates from Cottonwood Spring and start following it upstreamOther animals before me have carved a bit of a path in the stiff blackbrush on the the plainThumbnailsI locate the stream that emanates from Cottonwood Spring and start following it upstreamOther animals before me have carved a bit of a path in the stiff blackbrush on the the plainThumbnailsI locate the stream that emanates from Cottonwood Spring and start following it upstream

This one might be a bird, with its head drawn in toward its body, just barely poking out. OK, I've been out here for almost two weeks now, and I'm starting to see things...