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Tuesday, February 26, 2013


I bet you all are having a great time. Sherri and I enjoy ready your journal.


Great pics as usual. Margaret and I are scouting (actually it is me doing the work) possible locations for a 2 month Snowbird trip down that way next January/February. However, she is a bit leary of any type of snakes, lizards, etc...both for herself and our 2 dogs. We like to walk both dogs on leash for a couple miles a day. Do you think there would be a problem with any type of desert reptiles or vegetation if we walked them this way along the type of paths that you and Linda walk on?

We would (me again) also like to visit the other areas you touched on earlier in Southern California, like Joshua Tree.

Thanks again for the beautiful pics.

Guy (rainy Surrey, BC)

wow, great pics, thanks for sharing, looks like a great day of hiking. k

Great pictures. I would love to see them in person. You know how much I love cacti, almost as much as na--er bare trees.

pity the poor cactus that wants a hug but pity the hugger more.
to ponder while hiking:
from what are the thorns protecting the vegetation?
without thorns would cacti be devoured; if so by what?

Beautiful photos and area! Do be careful on your hikes as we've seen two baby rattlers (sidewinders)this week here in Yuma...sunning themselves on the gravel mostly. Seems early for them since it hasn't been all that hot yet, but they have arrived! No more starlight walks for us! Hugs to all!

Keeo your eyes peeled for Crested Saguaros and even Crested Organ Pipe Cactus. We spotted one (Crested Organ Pipe Cactus) right at the campground, at the beginning of the campground loop. It's at the base of one of the larger cacti in the park. Good luck hunting for it!

-- jc&bev

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