Day 539: Geoglyph Redux

This morning John and I rode over Yaqui Pass to Tamarisk Flats campground. John continued on to Julian, another 25 miles down the road.  John’s wife Karen gave him a thirty minute head start and was about 22 minutes behind him when I passed her on the way back to the RV.

This morning we had one of the tangelos we bought yesterday.  Yum!

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The six of us hiked up to where we built our Bighorn Sheep geoglyph a few days ago.  It’s faintly visible on the left side of the photo:
 

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Other people have built a few other little geoglyphs here:

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Continuing north, we crossed into the next valley:

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This ant hill is surrounded by a refuse pile of seed hulls.  The ants eat the seeds and through away the hulls:

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Taking out the trash:

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Thanks to the rain this area received a couple days ago, some plants are flowering:

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Looking down towards where we’re parked:

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Coming back to the RV:

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Day 538: (Very) Locally Grown Produce
Day 540: Art Day

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