Lifelines come when they are needed the most
Surprises happen on the Rio Grande irrigation system. Gaston had already been watching us when he called out for help. He had to take a chance. Frank and I might be his only shot at survival, especially in his current state: wet, cold, thirsty, hungry, and a potential coyote snack. It was around dusk, following a pretty good soaking rain. Coyotes, being wily, know this routine well as they lurk in the shadows.
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