Came to CMO this morning and watered. It's also a chance for me to look for odes and butterflies. Here's a Coyote Cloudywing.
And this next one I believe is just a Common Checkered-Skipper, although at first I thought it was a Desert Checkered-Skipper, which would be a lifer for me.
In the ode department, here is what I believe is a teneral (freshly emerged) Powdered Dancer.
So in the morning my plan is to go up to the Mexican Blue Oak near the saddle and take a close photo of it, then start working on the Aoudad trail back toward the upper landing area where I left off. It would be great to get the whole thing roughed in, but that is really a lot to hope for. At least when it starts getting hot I'll be working in a downhill direction (if I stick to my plan). That should help too.