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  1. Enjoying your AZT adventure, but a little frustrated when you make some inaccurate statements (sorry, I’m a desert dweller and it bothers me!). Monsoon rains happen during the summer months…torrential downpours that temporarily flood the washes. Winter rains are ‘female rains’ (a Navajo expression) because they are gentle and more likely to saturate the ground, bringing the spring bloom. And the bird you heard at dusk was most likely a poorwill, not a whippoorwill. We do have a few Ws but they are far outnumbered by the Ps.

  2. Just read your rescue SVT episode.
    What a wonderful report and outcome and I appreciated your suggestions for future travel

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