it suits him fine
NOT ALL THE ANSWERS I GET WHEN I THE QUESTION "How do you live in the desert?" are as simple as that of the ground squirrel who does not stay on the ground. What then are some of the others?
Some creatures, it must be admitted, behave like the pampered part-time human inhabitants who run away to the mountains when the desert is being most exuberantly itself. These I tolerate as I do their human analogues. But it is we year-round residents who interest me most. And I soon noticed one grand persistent difference between the