Saturday, August 11, 2012

Hot day help

We can learn a lot by observing nature. Today's lesson is about how to survive in the desert on sweltering summer days.
1. Find a shady spot near water.

2. Drink a lot of that water.

3. Dig down to the cooler earth and stretch out.

4. Get as low as possible and try not to move.

5. And no matter what, don't let the heat turn you into an a**.

Happy August, my lovelies, from the jackrabbits, the cottontails, a roadrunner and myself!


ArtPropelled said...

Delightful photos! The roadrunner has a quirkiness about it don't you think?!

Mark J said...

Good tips and cute critters!

Marjorie said...

Wonderful pictures! The ears on that jackrabbit are to die for. I want to stretch out in the shade near water just like those rabbits. Thank you for sharing these glimpses into the life of fellow desert dwellers, Marjorie

bonnie said...

Too damn cute!