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dsefcik
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5/24/2011
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OK....so I admit it..I bought a new lens for my camera...guess what kind it is....

(Misc photos from Little Blair Valley 5-21-2011)

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Side of my truck with my son and the camp area in the reflection


Pottery Sherd at the Morteros Village Site


Really deep mortero


One of two caves we found


Pictograph Trail Picto Boulder


Yoni near the Morteros Village site


Cactus Garden at the Morteros Village site


Phalic Rock #1


Phalic Rock #2



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5/25/2011
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Daren,
I like the first one with the scratches on the truck. One of the joys of a full size rig. My truck looks just like that after every trip but they mostly buff out.
We planned a backpack trip to Harper Flat last weekend (5/21) but after it looked like it would be hot went to the mountains instead.
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5/25/2011
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hikerdmb wrote:
Daren,
but after it looked like it would be hot went to the mountains instead.
David


The only thing you missed was a billion bugs trying to attack you....and some heat....

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5/25/2011
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Because of the overwhelming response to this thread I decided I should post a few more pictures from the trip to pacify the readers.

Birds nest buried in a Cholla Cactus. This photo does not do justice to the insane position of this nest. It is DEEP inside a cactus, far away from any predators reach.


Cupules Petroglyphs at the Morteros Village site


Cave #2 we found..this one was very large and had an old fire ring with some Pinyon Pine branches still around


Morteros Village site boulder with Cupules Petroglyph's


Pretty cool morteros boulders


Split Rock at the Morteros Village site


Pictograph Trail Pictograph


Pictograph Trail Pictograph with color enhancement to show off the yellow pigment


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5/26/2011
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That cave looks interesting.
When you say hot, how hot do you mean?
I want to do another trip out soon

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5/26/2011
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surfponto wrote:

When you say hot, how hot do you mean?
I want to do another trip out soon


It was in the 80's but the bugs were really,really bad. The forecast for this weekend is high 90's.

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5/27/2011
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I like that "overwhelming response" part.
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