is the man
He never did a lame song that I know of ...
'cept for the story of the hunting dog.
Blondie plays a mean guitar lick, however.
Very nice photo! Looks like that ram has got something on his mind!
Yes sir, and includes climbing a mountain if
he has to.
A wonderful shot, Larry! Congrats on POTD!
Danke, Sir Eric!
Very Nice! Where was this taken, Larry?
Southern AZ, namely the Tucson Mtns north of the heavily traveled Gates Pass Road.
The only (other place) where I saw them was @ Canyon Lake near the Salt River and Santa
Catalina State Park, (near a permanent water source), several years ago.
Another great spot to see them is at Valley
of Fire State Park in your neck of the woods! !
On rare occasions, you can spot them not too far from I-15 while traveling through Virgin River gorge in route to St. George, UT.
Ciao Larry, congrats.
"When the moon hits your eye,
Like a big pizza pie, that's AMORE ..."
Good to come back to Summit Post and find you in full swing. Great image here! That ram has a huge rack! Nice capture...
Welcome back, Foster!
These guys (and gals) roam the desert all year.
Horn size is a symbol of rank, and male horns can weigh as much as 30 lbs.