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Old 02-22-2008, 12:16 AM
Gregg Gregg is offline
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Default in the desert, part 3 (amboy rd)

...drove Amboy Rd from 29 Palms up to the crater today, and it is another "hot spot" for desert wildflowers. A variety of stuff can be found from Wonder Valley up through Sheephole Mts. and beyond, with the "meat" of it being the lupine (including a few white Arizona lupines) along Amboy Rd, and the Desert Sunflowers and Desert Sand Verbena at the crater (there are some blooming Desert Five-spots there as well)...

If you get out and walk now and then, you are bound to find a few odds and ends you otherwise would miss...
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Old 03-06-2008, 05:38 PM
Dan Dan is offline
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Thanks Greg-can't get way now but it's good to hear about things second hand at least.
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