https://videopress.com/v/hSkgAicV?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true A squadron of javelinas, or collared peccaries, making their way down our alley. Watch for the babies and turn up your sound to hear them squeaking and snorting. They like to nibble on the particular Prickly Pear next to our fence but leave other varieties in our front yard alone.
Rockies Tour 2002 – Day 6: The North Cascades Highway
Saturday, July 20 Wauconda, WA to Seattle, WA 300 miles After a quiet night camped out near the shore of Bonaparte Lake out in NE Washington State, we pack up and head to the town of Tonasket. We find a diner there and have yet another hearty breakfast before continuing west on Highway 20. Once …
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