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tekewin
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2/24/2016
tekewin
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Hello, Desert forum, this is my first post. I have made many trips to Anza-Borrego and love the desert.

Last Friday, my friend Brad and I hiked up to Palm Mesa High Point from the Los Coyotes reservation. We visited a few benchmarks (Norte, Phil, Cody) along the way. Here are a few photos. The full report is here.














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dsefcik
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2/24/2016
dsefcik
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Looks like a nice area, would have thought there would be some water by now though.....I like the deer...nice TR, thanks for posting and welcome to the forums...Thumbs Up

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tekewin
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2/25/2016
tekewin
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dsefcik wrote:
Looks like a nice area, would have thought there would be some water by now though.....I like the deer...nice TR, thanks for posting and welcome to the forums...Thumbs Up



I was expecting water, but the closest I found was a few damp spots. It also surprised me about how little cactus there was compared to San Ysidro and Indianhead.
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surfponto
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2/25/2016
surfponto
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Looks like a great area to hike.
Your picture of the morteros is very cool.
Thanks for sharing
Bob

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rockhopper
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2/25/2016
rockhopper
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Looks like a neat X-country hike. The morteros look very old. Welcome to the fourm!
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tekewin
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2/25/2016
tekewin
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Yeah, the morteros were cool and weathered, right on the bank of the canyon. I spotted it on the way back.
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ziphius
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2/27/2016
ziphius
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Very cool area and trip. Welcome to the forum.

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