Took a hike with the monkeys and another family specifically to harvest some strawberry guavas. My legs and joints were a bit achy and creaky today, so it took me the first 10-15 minutes just to loosen up. The joys of getting old. Anyway, here's the teaser if you want to stop here. But more hike and pictures will follow. Just one monkey's haul. And all monkeys, young and old were foraging and eating as we went. They give a great energy boost. No, that fuzzy image isn't Bigfoot. I spy a cave. So I bust out the Fenix PD35vn. I brought it specifically with this in mind. Didn't got through it since there were a lot of bugs, especially mosquitos and didn't want to crawl through there. Next five shots are Eco, low, med, high and turbo. Some random trail, foraging and scenery shots. Strawberry guava is a very hard wood. Going to go back by myself to harvest a couple of straight spear shafts for @Bear. Rocks looking like there are wearing down. In the next week or two, there should be a lot more ripening. On the way out. Contemplating? Nom nom nom... Old monkeys pick the path of least resistance. Young monkeys looks for the steepest toughest path to scramble. Good training. Oldies went left, youngsters went right, scrambled down, scrabbled back up, then went left with oldies. It's a jungle in there. A parting gift from the mountain as we left.