It was an eventful last lap around the two main loops at Bosque. Right off, I found a heron that was very cooperative, allowing me to get close to him while he preened and posed. Around the next bend, I found a nice marshy scene that, with the clouds, lent itself to some really nice landscape photos. Then there was a group of about six or seven buck mule deer, some little guys and some bigger ones, that kept me and later Roy and Mark, busy for a while. Then there was a kestrel, a red tailed hawk, and all kinds of neat reflections and other activity. Although I had to be back and checked out of my room by eleven, I still took my time for this last tour, savoring every bend and pond.